Comparative Analysis of Channel Models for Industrial IoT Wireless Communication

  title={Comparative Analysis of Channel Models for Industrial IoT Wireless Communication},
  author={Wenbo Wang and S. Capitaneanu and D. Marinca and E. Lohan},
  journal={IEEE Access},
  • Wenbo Wang, S. Capitaneanu, +1 author E. Lohan
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Access
  • In the industrial environments of the future, robots, sensors, and other industrial devices will have to communicate autonomously and in a robust and efficient manner with each other, relying on a large extent on wireless communication links, which will expand and supplement the existing wired/Ethernet connections. The wireless communication links suffer from various channel impairments, such as attenuations due to path losses, random fluctuations due to shadowing and fading effects over the… CONTINUE READING
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