Delay-Dependent Doppler Probability Density Functions for Vehicle-to-Vehicle Scatter Channels

  title={Delay-Dependent Doppler Probability Density Functions for Vehicle-to-Vehicle Scatter Channels},
  author={Michael Walter and Dmitriy Shutin and Uwe-Carsten Fiebig},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation},
Novel joint delay Doppler probability density functions for vehicle-to-vehicle communications channels are introduced. Prior measurements of vehicle-to-vehicle channels have unveiled their nonstationarity; thus, the wide-sense stationary and also the uncorrelated scattering assumption for such channels is often violated, which makes their modeling challenging. In this work it is proposed to exploit geometry-based stochastic modeling to cope with the nonstationarity of vehicle-to-vehicle… CONTINUE READING
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