Experimental study and modeling of channel parameters at mobile station in a site-specific urban macrocellular environment
Gokongwei College of Engineering
Electronics And Communications Engg
Proceedings of ISAP2007
This paper gives a study of 3-D channel parameters, i.e., azimuth, elevation directions at MS (DMS), and delay. Both vertical and horizontal polarizations were transmitted and received in the measurement. By observing the azimuth power spectrum density (APSD), the analysis of the spatio-temporal channel parameters including full polarimetric behaviors was conducted. Power spectrum density (PSD) models are proposed for modeling measured azimuth, elevation DMSs and excess delay PSDs. The relationship between cross-polarization ratio (XPR) and best-fit parameters is discussed. As shown in , the extension of the models studied here to the MIMO channel model is possible by the assumption of kronecker model of the base station (BS) and MS.
Sivasondhivat, K., Materum, L. Y., Takada, J., Ida, I., & Oishi, Y. (2007). Experimental study and modeling of channel parameters at mobile station in a site-specific urban macrocellular environment. Proceedings of ISAP2007, 935-938. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/faculty_research/8400
Systems and Communications
Mobile radio stations; Spectral energy distribution