• Achmad Ubaidillah Electrical Engineering, University of Trunojoyo Madura
  • S. Ida Kholida Physics Education, University of Islamic Madura


This research is a continuation of several previous studies that made 5G network planning using the Free Space Reference Path Loss model. In this study, a 5G network path loss planning was made using the Geometry Based Stochastic model. A forecasting system is created that connects the path loss with the distance between the transmitter and the receiver antenna using the linear regression method. It is important to look at 5G network planning on a different side. The result shows that the path loss value in the light of sight condition is better than the non-light of sight condition with the lowest value of 94.4271 dB at the frequency of 28 GHz and 99.5856 dB at the 73 GHz frequency. Linear Regression analysis shows that the best path loss calculation is the frequency 28 GHz of LOS conditions with MSE is 0.001 and the standard deviation error is 0.0319.


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How to Cite
UBAIDILLAH, Achmad; KHOLIDA, S. Ida. PLANNING OF 5G NETWORK PATH LOSS IN GEOMETRY BASED STOCHASTIC CONCEPT BY USING LINEAR REGRESSION METHODS. Jurnal Ilmiah Kursor, [S.l.], v. 10, n. 4, dec. 2020. ISSN 2301-6914. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 18 may 2021. doi: