Ray based multipath simulation tool for studying convergence and estimating ergodic capacity and diversity gain for antennas with given far-field functions

@article{Carlberg2010RayBM,
  title={Ray based multipath simulation tool for studying convergence and estimating ergodic capacity and diversity gain for antennas with given far-field functions},
  author={Ulf Carlberg and Jan Carlsson and Ahmed Hussain and Per-Simon Kildal},
  journal={2010 Conference Proceedings ICECom, 20th International Conference on Applied Electromagnetics and Communications},
  year={2010},
  pages={1-4}
}
We propose that the rich isotropic multipath environment should be a reference environment for OTA (over-the-air) characterization of wireless stations for use in multipath, in the same way as the anechoic environment is a reference environment for antennas mounted on masts and rooftops. The rich isotropic multipath environment is emulated by a well designed reverberation chamber, but also by a spherical array of probes in an anechoic chamber. The present paper describes a ray-based simulation… CONTINUE READING
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