Wideband analysis of the propagation channel for urban streets at 60 GHz
Krzysztof Kurek , L.M. Correia
AbstractThis paper presents an analysis of the propagation channel in the 60 GHz band for a Mobile Broadband System (MBS) typical scenario: an urban street with buildings on both sides. Geometrical optics is used to simulate wave propagation inside the scenario. The wideband characterization of the propagation channel, which is done through the mean delay and the delay spread, is seen to be a function of the propagation scenario conditions. Analytical approximations for these dependencies are presented
|Book||, 12th International Conference on Microwaves and Radar, 1998. MIKON '98, vol. 2, 1998|
|Keywords in English||60 GHz, Analytical models, buildings, cellular radio, Delay effects, delays, delay spread, digital radio, EHF, geometrical optics, Intersymbol interference, land mobile radio, MBS, mean delay, millimetre wave propagation, MM-wave propagation channel, Mobile Broadband System, mobile communication, multipath channels, Optical propagation, Optical reflection, Propagation delay, propagation scenario conditions, Solid modeling, urban streets, wave propagation simulation, Wideband, wideband analysis, wideband characterization|
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