Indoor 3D ray tracing predictions and their comparison with high resolution wideband measurements

GE Athanasiadou, AR Nix, JP McGeehan

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Abstract

This paper investigates the viability of an `image based' 3D indoor propagation algorithm for characterising the radio channel in both LOS and non-LOS locations. The channel characteristics are also studied for different receiver antenna orientations. Predictions from the model are compared with high resolution channel impulse response measurements. The measurements highlight the high degree of variability experienced in the indoor channel. The results illustrate that with sufficient detail in the ray model reasonable agreement can be obtained for the power delay profiles
Original languageEnglish
Pages36 - 40
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Apr 1996

Bibliographical note

Sponsorship: G.E. Athanasiadou wishes to thank BNR Europe Ltd. for their financial support of this work

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Name of Conference: 46th IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference 1996 (VTC 1996-Spring)
Venue of Conference: Atlanta, USA

Keywords

  • UHF radio propagation
  • ray tracing

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