Propagation Characteristics of Millimeter-Wave Band for 5G Mobile Communications

  title={Propagation Characteristics of Millimeter-Wave Band for 5G Mobile Communications},
  author={Siva Janakiraman and P. Marichamy},
  journal={Indian journal of science and technology},
Background: Millimeter wave band has been identified as a potential frequency band to meet out the high data traffic targeted in 5G Mobile Communications. At this band, the losses during its propagation pose greater challenges in its use for communication. Methods: Propagation characteristics of millimeter wave band have been analyzed through simulation considering the MIMO-OFDM system in Matlab. The propagation characteristics in terms of losses, bit-error rate, cell edge performance and cell… 

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