Frequency-Dependent UWB Channel Characteristics in Office Environments

  title={Frequency-Dependent UWB Channel Characteristics in Office Environments},
  author={Jinwon Choi and Noh-Gyoung Kang and Yu-Suk Sung and Jun-Sung Kang and Seong-Cheol Kim},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology},
This paper reports frequency-dependent ultrawideband (UWB) channel characteristics. Measurements were performed in 103 receiver locations of six different office environments. From the measured data, the effect of frequency on the path-loss properties of a UWB signal is analyzed. After analyzing the path-loss behavior to propagation environments, the path-loss exponent variation models are developed in various environments as a function of frequency. Based on these models, path-loss prediction… CONTINUE READING
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