Measurements of the 60 GHz UWB indoor channel done in a modern office building at the University of L’Aquila, Italy, are presented. The channel sounder is based on a PN-sequence correlation technique with a pulse width of 0.8 ns. Signals are recorded in different locations in line-of-sight and non-line-of-sight scenarios, and for each location the receiver is moved over a grid of 99 positions, in order to characterize both the large and the small scale behaviors. Samples of the channel impulse response are recorded at eight different carrier frequencies spanning the bands from 54 to 59 GHz and from 61 to 66 GHz. In this paper we propose an analysis of the experimental data in order to provide models for the large scale behavior of these signals, including a study of the frequency dependence.

60 GHz UWB Channel Measurement and Model

CASSIOLI, DAJANA
2012

Abstract

Measurements of the 60 GHz UWB indoor channel done in a modern office building at the University of L’Aquila, Italy, are presented. The channel sounder is based on a PN-sequence correlation technique with a pulse width of 0.8 ns. Signals are recorded in different locations in line-of-sight and non-line-of-sight scenarios, and for each location the receiver is moved over a grid of 99 positions, in order to characterize both the large and the small scale behaviors. Samples of the channel impulse response are recorded at eight different carrier frequencies spanning the bands from 54 to 59 GHz and from 61 to 66 GHz. In this paper we propose an analysis of the experimental data in order to provide models for the large scale behavior of these signals, including a study of the frequency dependence.
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