Werner Wiesbeck

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A novel stochastic channel model for the indoor propagation channel is presented. It is especially for, but not limited to future communication systems with multiple antennas like space division multiple access (SDMA), spatial filtering for interference reduction (SFIR), or multiple-input/multiple-output (MIMO). The model is designed for indoor scenarios,(More)
Mobile communication links are severely influenced by propagation effects. Wave propagation in the VHF/UHF frequency range over natural and man-made terrain is strongly dependent on topography and morphography. Propagation m d eling is based on a ray-optical approach. Wave interactions, like diffraction and scattering, over the propagation path are(More)
| Basic principles for ultra-wide-band (UWB) radiation are presented and discussed in this paper. The discussion starts with a description of the influence of antennas on UWB transmission. The parameters characterizing antennas in time and in frequency domain are specified. Since the number of possible antenna structures is nearly unlimited, the focus will(More)
The rapid progression in digital hardware and signal processing capabilities stimulates the development of radar systems. The tendency is to move the digital interface toward the antenna, replacing, whenever possible, analog RF-hardware. Based on software codes, these digital systems are more flexible and easier to reconfigure than RF-hardware. This letter(More)
In this paper the possibility of designing an OFDM system for simultaneous radar and communications operations is discussed. A novel approach to OFDM radar processing is introduced that overcomes the typical drawbacks of correlation based processing. A suitable OFDM system parameterization for operation at 24 GHz is derived that fulfills the requirements(More)