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The communication network for cellular network keep development. This research analyzed about cellular network was used drone network. The mobile drone used frequency at 10 GHz for communication. The mobile drone moved around buildings. Buildings were used high variation. Base Station placed around building. This research was using macro diversity Base Station, variation building, variation modulation, and variation height of drone trajectory. Macro diversity mechanism used for that two Base Station. Selection Combining (SC) method was used for that macro diversity mechanism. The modulation communication based from Adaptive Modulation and Coding (AMC). Adaptive Modulation and Coding (AMC) was used Modulation and coding scheme (MCS). Modulation was used QPSK, 16 QAM, and 64 QAM. As the result described signal to noise ratio (SNR) at every node communication, probability MCS, and percentage coverage of drone trajectory. MCS probability for 64 QAM become increased with selection combining method. The percentages coverage of drone trajectory was obtained 77.2% of the first BS, 66.8% of the second BS, and 87.2% with SC method.
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