Quasi-Deterministic Channel Model for mmWaves: Mathematical Formalization and Validation

  title={Quasi-Deterministic Channel Model for mmWaves: Mathematical Formalization and Validation},
  author={Mattia Lecci and Michele Polese and Chiehping Lai and Jian Wang and C. Gentile and N. Golmie and M. Zorzi},
  journal={GLOBECOM 2020 - 2020 IEEE Global Communications Conference},
5G and beyond networks will use, for the first time ever, the millimeter wave (mmWave) spectrum for mobile communications. Accurate performance evaluation is fundamental for the design of reliable mmWave networks, with accuracy rooted in the fidelity of the channel models. At mmWaves, the model must account for the spatial characteristics of propagation since networks will employ highly directional antennas to counter the much greater pathloss. In this regard, Quasi-Deterministic (QD) models… Expand

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