Identification of radiowave propagation modes in urban microcell environments

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Abstract

Conventional semi-empirical or stochastic propagation prediction models are insufficient for the planning of 4G wireless communication systems. These systems suffer from time dispersion and angular dispersion of the multipath radio channel. Instead deterministic prediction models become more interesting to predict the propagation channels for 4G networks. The ray tracing (RT) model is one of the popular deterministic models nowadays. The accuracy of deterministic channel modeling is the object of debate. In order to do a detailed comparison of RT-predictions with 3D channel sounder measurements, the different radiowave propagation modes are identified by template matching of the 3D measurements with RT-simulations as template.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 13th URSI Commission F Triennial Open Symposium on Radiowave Propagation and Remote Sensing, 30 April - 3 may 2013, Ottawa, Canada
Place of PublicationOttawa
PublisherInternational Union of Radio Science
Pages1-1
Publication statusPublished - 2013
Eventconference; 13th URSI Commission F Triennial Open Symposium on Radiowave Propagation and Remote Sensing; 2013-04-30; 2013-05-03 -
Duration: 30 Apr 20133 May 2013

Conference

Conferenceconference; 13th URSI Commission F Triennial Open Symposium on Radiowave Propagation and Remote Sensing; 2013-04-30; 2013-05-03
Period30/04/133/05/13
Other13th URSI Commission F Triennial Open Symposium on Radiowave Propagation and Remote Sensing

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