Drive test measurements of deployed LTE base stations located at and around the campus of The Technical Unversity of Denmark. Metrics of signal quality are obtained using TSMW equipment with a vehicle driving around the area. In addition to the radio measurements, a GNSS receiver is utilized for additional localization metrics. Approximate altitude information is provided by the GNSS.
The csv contains the necessary headers for the data. This includes specifically the following columns:
[Date,Time,UTC,Latitude,Longitude,Altitude,Speed,Heading, #Sat, EARFCN, Frequency, PCI, MCC, MNC, TAC, CI, eNodeB-ID, cellID, BW,SymPerSlot,Power,SINR,RSRP,RSRQ,4G-Drift,Sigma-4G-Drift,TimeOfArrival,TimeOfArrivalFN]
Drive testing is a common practice by mobile operators to evaluate the performance and coverage of their deployed mobile communication systems. Drive testing is, however, a very expensive practice. Furthermore, due to the complexity of future 5G mobile networks, accurate and efficient ways of optimizing and evaluating coverage are needed. The dataset contains measurements from a deployed LTE-A mobile communication system and corresponding satellite images.
The feature matrix
Contains the following features:
The output matrix
Each row corresponds to an image in mapbox_api/*.png