Cluster polarization behavior of a MIMO system: Measurement, modeling and statistical validation of the correlation of its channel parameters
Gokongwei College of Engineering
Electronics And Communications Engg
This paper presents clusterwise polarization characteristics based on an estimated MIMO channel of a small urban macrocell at 4.5 GHz. Polarization path gain, cross-polarization ratio, and co-polarization ratio characteristics as influenced by channel parameters such as delay, azimuth and elevation angle of arrival were investigated. Hypothesis testing was used as a verification of the results. This statistical verification clarifies the independence of polarization characteristics from an azimuth angle of arrival, whereas some correlation was found between the cross-polarization ratio and the elevation angle of arrival. The results also confirmed a log-normal cross-polarization ratio.
Konishi, Y., Materum, L. Y., Takada, J., Ida, I., & Oishi, Y. (2010). Cluster polarization behavior of a MIMO system: Measurement, modeling and statistical validation of the correlation of its channel parameters. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/faculty_research/8404
Systems and Communications