Analytically Derived Uplink/Downlink TOA and 2-D-DOA Distributions With Scatterers in a 3-D Hemispheroid Surrounding the Mobile

@article{Olenko2004AnalyticallyDU,
  title={Analytically Derived Uplink/Downlink TOA and 2-D-DOA Distributions With Scatterers in a 3-D Hemispheroid Surrounding the Mobile},
  author={Andriy Yakovych Olenko and Kainam Thomas Wong and Javad Ahmadi-Shokouh},
  journal={IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference, 2004. GLOBECOM '04.},
  year={2004},
  volume={2},
  pages={872-876 Vol.2}
}
This paper presents the open literature's first closed-form explicit expressions of the trivariate joint and marginal distributions of a landmobile cellular wireless communication system's uplink and downlink multipaths' time of arrival and two-dimensional direction of arrival, rigorously derived via thorough mathematics based on a "geometrical" model of the three-dimensional (3-D) spatial relationships among the mobile station, the scatterers, and the base station. The scatterers are herein… CONTINUE READING
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