Nathan Blaunstein

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—We investigate signal power distribution in the az-imuth-of-arrival, elevation-of-arrival and time-of-arrival domains for various positions of the base station antenna located below the rooftop as well as at rooftop level. This article is based on a multiparametric stochastic model we introduced in 2004, as combination of a statistical part, describing an(More)
A unified three-dimension probabilistic model is presented to describe multipath phenomena in various built-up areas with randomly distributed buildings placed on rough terrain. The joint information regarding angle-of-arrival and time delay spread is obtained through study of the main propagation mechanisms in urban wireless communication channels.(More)
A unified three-dimension probabilistic model is presented to describe multipath phenomena in various built-up areas with randomly distributed buildings placed on rough terrain. Using a combination of the statistical description of the built-up terrain and the 3D deterministic approach based on Kirchhoff approximation, the effects of scattering and(More)
The optimization of the channel capacity in the new fourth generation (4G) wireless networks became a key issue during the last decade. In this work, the co-existence of macrocell Base Stations (MBSs) and Femtocell Access Points (FAPs) or home base stations (HBS) with shared and dedicated carrier frequency allocations is considered. The simulation framework(More)
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