Initial modelling of the wideband dynamic directional indoor propagation channel

C.C. Chong, David Laurenson, S. McLaughlin

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Abstract

A new wideband statistical based spatiotemporal indoor channel model is proposed. This model incorporates both the clustering of multipath components (MPCs) and the correlation between the spatial and temporal domains. The clustering phenomenon within the model relies on two classes of parameters, namely, inter- and intra-cluster parameters, which characterise the clusters and MPCs, respectively. The clustering effect also gives rise to two classes of channel power spectra, namely, the inter- and intracluster power spectra which describe the expected power of clusters and MPCs, respectively. The initial dynamic modelling work is also presented which describe how the above model can be extended to include the dynamic properties of the channel. Also, the measurement campaigns and the data analysis procedures are discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)32-32
Number of pages1
JournalIEE Seminar Digests
Volume2002
Issue number112
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2002

Keywords

  • wideband dynamic directional indoor propagation channel
  • propagation channel modelling
  • wideband statistical channel model
  • spatiotemporal indoor channel
  • multipath components clustering
  • correlation
  • temporal domain
  • spatial domain
  • intra-cluster parameters
  • inter-cluster parameters
  • intra-cluster power spectra
  • inter-cluster power spectra
  • dynamic modelling
  • dynamic channel properties
  • data analysis
  • UHF
  • 5.2 GHz

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