Simulation of Rayleigh-faded mobile-to-mobile communication channels

@article{Patel2005SimulationOR,
  title={Simulation of Rayleigh-faded mobile-to-mobile communication channels},
  author={Chirag S. Patel and Gordon L. St{\"u}ber and Thomas G. Pratt},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Communications},
  year={2005},
  volume={53},
  pages={1876-1884}
}
Mobile-to-mobile channels find increasing applications in futuristic intelligent transport systems, ad hoc mobile wireless networks, and relay-based cellular networks. Their statistical properties are quite different from typical cellular radio channels, thereby requiring new methods for their simulation. This paper proposes a "double-ring" model to simulate the mobile-to-mobile local scattering environment, and develops sum-of-sinusoids (SoS)-based models for simulating such channels. The… CONTINUE READING
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