A Statistical Model for Angle of Arrival in Indoor Multipath Propagation

@inproceedings{Spencer1997ASM,
  title={A Statistical Model for Angle of Arrival in Indoor Multipath Propagation},
  author={Quentin H. Spencer and Michael Rice and Brian D. Jeffs and Michael A. Jensen},
  year={1997}
}
Multiple antenna systems are a useful way of overcoming the effects of multipath interference, and can allow more efficient use of spectrum. In order to test the effectiveness of various algorithms such as diversity combining, phased array processing, and adaptive array processing in an indoor environment, a channel model is needed which models both the time and angle of arrival in indoor environments. Some data has been collected indoors and some temporal models have been proposed, but no… CONTINUE READING
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