Ultra-wideband statistical channel model for non line of sight millimeter-wave urban channels

@article{Samimi2014UltrawidebandSC,
  title={Ultra-wideband statistical channel model for non line of sight millimeter-wave urban channels},
  author={Mathew Samimi and Theodore S. Rappaport},
  journal={2014 IEEE Global Communications Conference},
  year={2014},
  pages={3483-3489}
}
This paper presents ultra-wideband statistical spatial and omnidirectional channel models for 28 GHz millimeter-wave cellular dense urban Non-Line of Sight (NLOS) environments, developed from wideband measurements in New York City that used synthesized timing from 3D ray-tracing. An accurate 3GPP-like channel model has been developed, where model parameters are based on empirical distributions for time cluster and spatial (lobe) channel parameters. A statistical simulator capable of reproducing… CONTINUE READING
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