This paper summarizes the main outcomes of the ULTRAWAVES project in the characterization of the UWB propagation channel. Three measurement campaigns have been carried out in a typical office building: the first is based on the use of a direct sequence UWB transmitter and a digital sampling oscilloscope, the second on the use of a vector network analyzer and the third on the use of the pair of direct sequence UWB transmitter and correlation receiver. Mainly based on the data of the first campaign, we derive a statistical tapped delay line model of the UWB channel. We also investigate the frequency dependence of the path loss on the basis, instead, of the data of the second campaign. Finally, an accurate analysis of the time dispersion of the UWB channel is presented.

Statistical Characterization of UWB Indoor Propagation Channels based on Extensive Measurement Campaigns

CASSIOLI, DAJANA;
2004-01-01

Abstract

This paper summarizes the main outcomes of the ULTRAWAVES project in the characterization of the UWB propagation channel. Three measurement campaigns have been carried out in a typical office building: the first is based on the use of a direct sequence UWB transmitter and a digital sampling oscilloscope, the second on the use of a vector network analyzer and the third on the use of the pair of direct sequence UWB transmitter and correlation receiver. Mainly based on the data of the first campaign, we derive a statistical tapped delay line model of the UWB channel. We also investigate the frequency dependence of the path loss on the basis, instead, of the data of the second campaign. Finally, an accurate analysis of the time dispersion of the UWB channel is presented.
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