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—In this paper, empirical channel models and parameters are derived from the wideband measured data at 5.3 GHz in outdoor mobile communications. The path loss exponents and intercepts are obtained by using the least square method. The mean excess delay and mean root-mean-square (rms) delay spread are within 29–102 ns and 22–88 ns, respectively. The(More)
This document presents WINNER channel models. The channel models cover WINNER propagation scenarios for indoor, urban macro-cell and micro-cell, stationary feeder, suburban macro-cell, and rural macro-cell. Both geometric-based stochastic channel model and reduced-variability (clustered delay-line) models are presented. The channel models are mainly based(More)
This deliverable describes WINNER II channel models for link and system level simulations. Both generic and clustered delay line models are defined for selected propagation scenarios. Disclaimer: The channel models described in this deliverable are based on a literature survey and measurements performed during this project. The authors are not responsible(More)
The measurements analyzed in this paper were carried out in Oulu region, Finland with 100 MHz bandwidth at 5.25 and 2.45 GHz for MIMO and single-input single-output (SISO) radio channels by using the Elektrobit multidimensional channel sounder [3] in which direct sampling (DS) technique was used. In this paper only SISO measurements are considered. In SISO(More)
A new area of digital television broadcasting has emerged in the from of hand held reception. This has created a need for new standard channel models, which describe more accurately the conditions in portable reception. Hence, the Finnish partners of the multinational CELTIC Wing-TV project performed a comprehensive measurement campaign during autumn 2005.(More)