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Evaluation of stationarity regions in measured non-WSSUS 60 GHz mmWave V2V channels

@inproceedings{Radovic2022EvaluationOS,
  title={Evaluation of stationarity regions in measured non-WSSUS 60 GHz mmWave V2V channels},
  author={D.S. Radovic and Herbert Groll and Christoph F. Mecklenbrauker},
  year={2022}
}
—Due to high mobility in multipath propagation environments, vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) channels are generally time and frequency variant. Therefore, the criteria for wide- sense stationarity (WSS) and uncorrelated scattering (US) are just satisfied over very limited intervals in the time and frequency domains, respectively. We test the validity of these criteria in measured vehicular 60 GHz millimeter wave (mmWave) channels, by estimating the local scattering functions (LSFs) from the measured… 

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