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A deterministic propagation model is used to simulate broadband radio propagation at 3.5 GHz for a fixed wireless access (FWA) network in a high-rise city environment, with linear antenna polarisation. It is shown that some rooftop locations are unsuitable positions for subscriber units (SUs), due to the existence of single-or multiplebounce reflected rays causing uplink interference. Furthermore, it is shown that it is usually possible to find an SU position just a few metres away on the samedoi:10.1049/el:20045100 fatcat:n4tudwv5cne3nmr3ptea66seky