Paper Title
Evaluating Fresnel Zone in Sub 6 Band using Motorola Canopy Point to Point

In recent development, there has been rapid growth in communication system have led to massive demand in link capacity and data rate. To ensure link with high performance need to make sure the site parameters, link distance and the region of space surround the link, should become quite enough to transmit the signal, which could affected by atmospheric condition as well as the life style such as buildings and farms. The region of space within which obstructions could give interferences, consider the most significant area to maintain the link performance. This test reviews several publications in the region of space which known as Fresnel zone and propose a model that takes into consideration in link budget calculation. It shows that the Fresnel zone area has significant impact in different link distance as well as antenna height in specific frequency. Experimental test calculated for sub 6 band using Motorola canopy to investigate Fresnel zone and shows the relation between the radius in meter unit is equal 1.75 of coverage total area with respect to units. Moreover, according to coverage area the radius and antenna height would be the associated comparatively with respect of frequency. Keywords - Fresnel Zone, Radius, Losses, Coverage Area, Antenna Height.