Directional Radio Propagation Path Loss Models for Millimeter-Wave Wireless Networks in the 28-, 60-, and 73-GHz Bands

@article{Sulyman2016DirectionalRP,
  title={Directional Radio Propagation Path Loss Models for Millimeter-Wave Wireless Networks in the 28-, 60-, and 73-GHz Bands},
  author={Ahmed Iyanda Sulyman and Abdulmalik Alwarafy and George R. MacCartney and Theodore S. Rappaport and Abdulhameed Alsanie},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications},
  year={2016},
  volume={15},
  pages={6939-6947}
}
Fifth-generation (5G) cellular systems are likely to operate in the centimeter-wave (3-30 GHz) and millimeter-wave (30-300 GHz) frequency bands, where a vast amount of underutilized bandwidth exists world-wide. To assist in the research and development of these emerging wireless systems, a myriad of measurement studies have been conducted to characterize path loss in urban environments at these frequencies. The standard theoretical free space (FS) and Stanford University Interim (SUI) empirical… CONTINUE READING
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