Diffraction in mm and Sub-mm Wave Indoor Propagation Channels

  title={Diffraction in mm and Sub-mm Wave Indoor Propagation Channels},
  author={Martin Jacob and Sebastian Priebe and R. Dickhoff and Thomas Kleine-Ostmann and Thorsten Schrader and Thomas Kurner},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques},
Current indoor wireless communication systems are shifting from classical microwave bands towards mm wave frequencies, whereas here the 60 GHz band is of special interest. Future systems are expected to work at even higher carrier frequencies in the sub-mm band beyond 300 GHz. In indoor wave propagation channels of such systems, diffraction occurs at a multitude of objects and hence must be considered for propagation simulations. Although the relevance of diffraction has been thouroughly… CONTINUE READING
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