Channel Measurement and Characterization for HSR U-Shape Groove Scenarios at 2.35 GHz

  title={Channel Measurement and Characterization for HSR U-Shape Groove Scenarios at 2.35 GHz},
  author={Rongchen Sun and Cheng Tao and Liu Liu and Zhenhui Tan},
  journal={2013 IEEE 78th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Fall)},
For the design and performance evaluation of broadband wireless communication systems in High-Speed Railway (HSR) environments, it is of crucial importance to have accurate and realistic propagation channel model. Based on real measurement data in U-Shape Groove (USG) scenarios at 2.35 GHz on Zhengzhou-Xi'an (ZX) HSR in China, the channel fading characteristics such as path loss, shadowing, K factor, time dispersivity and Doppler effects are specialized. These technical guidelines will promote… CONTINUE READING


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