Measurement and modelling of a radio channel for wireless local loop applications

  title={Measurement and modelling of a radio channel for wireless local loop applications},
  author={S. Goerner and A. Ahrens and R. Rockmann and K. Jaeckel and R. Schiffel},
Fixed radio communication systems seem to be a promising alternative solution for a lot of applications which require more and more bandwidth. Advanced equipment uses some knowledge of the radio channel impulse response to enhance the quality of the communication link. In this paper, a measurement tool for determining the impulse response of a radio channel is described. This tool is part of a WLL system using CDMA technology at a chip rate of 3.84 Mchipdr and an RF bandwidth of5 MHr… CONTINUE READING

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