# could anyone help me how to solve the issue for the following code

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Prabha Kumaresan on 23 Jul 2018
Commented: Adam Danz on 24 Jul 2018
code:
N_UE=;
N_SC=;
Xmax=1
Ymax=1
xsd=ones(1,N_UE)*Xmax
ysd=ones(1,N_UE)*Ymax
thetarx=2*pi*rand(1,N_UE)
xrx=xsd+rrx.*cos(thetarx)
yrx=ysd+rrx.*sin(thetarx)
th = 0:pi/100:2*pi
xunit = radius * cos(th) + Xmax
yunit = radius * sin(th) + Ymax
figure
plot(xunit, yunit)
hold on
plot(ysd,xsd,'r^')
hold on
plot(yrx,xrx,'ko')
hold on
The above code works fine: i am getting the graph. Could anyone help me how to get the graph with respect to two different radius such that 4 users need to be present in total.
Adam Danz on 24 Jul 2018
This question barely differs from many of your 200+ questions recently. It's becoming clear that you are not attempting at all to troubleshoot your code and your using this platform as a means of other people fixing your code. You won't learn how to code or how to analyze data this way.

KSSV on 23 Jul 2018
N_UE=;
N_SC=;
Xmax=1
Ymax=1
R=[2 3] ;
for i = 1:length(R)
xsd=ones(1,N_UE)*Xmax
ysd=ones(1,N_UE)*Ymax
thetarx=2*pi*rand(1,N_UE)
xrx=xsd+rrx.*cos(thetarx)
yrx=ysd+rrx.*sin(thetarx)
th = 0:pi/100:2*pi
xunit = radius * cos(th) + Xmax
yunit = radius * sin(th) + Ymax
figure(1)
plot(xunit, yunit)
hold on
plot(ysd,xsd,'r^')
hold on
plot(yrx,xrx,'ko')
hold on
end
Prabha Kumaresan on 23 Jul 2018