Publication detail

Characterization of short range intra-vehicle wireless links comparing ultrawideband 3-11 GHz and millimeter waves 55-65 GHz

MECKLENBRÄUKER, C. PROKEŠ, A. BLUMENSTEIN, J. ZEMEN, T.

Original Title

Characterization of short range intra-vehicle wireless links comparing ultrawideband 3-11 GHz and millimeter waves 55-65 GHz

English Title

Characterization of short range intra-vehicle wireless links comparing ultrawideband 3-11 GHz and millimeter waves 55-65 GHz

Type

lecture

Language

en

Original Abstract

This contribution reports on in-vehicle radio propagation channel measurements for in-vehicle sensors in the Ultra Wide Bandwidth (UWB) frequency range 3-11 GHz and Millimeter Waves (MMW) 55-65 GHz. The effects of antenna placement in the vehicle’s compartment, line of sight (LOS) and non-line of sight (NLOS) scenarios, as well as the effects due to the presence of passengers are studied. Statistics of the measured transfer functions result in a description of the channel's propagation loss and reverberation characteristics. We compare the UWB and MMW channel characteristics in detail.

English abstract

This contribution reports on in-vehicle radio propagation channel measurements for in-vehicle sensors in the Ultra Wide Bandwidth (UWB) frequency range 3-11 GHz and Millimeter Waves (MMW) 55-65 GHz. The effects of antenna placement in the vehicle’s compartment, line of sight (LOS) and non-line of sight (NLOS) scenarios, as well as the effects due to the presence of passengers are studied. Statistics of the measured transfer functions result in a description of the channel's propagation loss and reverberation characteristics. We compare the UWB and MMW channel characteristics in detail.

Keywords

Characterization of short range intra-vehicle wireless links comparing ultrawideband 3-11 GHz and millimeter waves 55-65 GHz

Released

22.05.2015

BibTex


@misc{BUT114569,
  author="Christoph {Mecklenbräuker} and Aleš {Prokeš} and Jiří {Blumenstein} and Thomas {Zemen}",
  title="Characterization of short range intra-vehicle wireless links comparing ultrawideband 3-11 GHz and millimeter waves 55-65 GHz",
  annote="This contribution reports on in-vehicle radio propagation channel measurements for in-vehicle sensors in the Ultra Wide Bandwidth (UWB) frequency range 3-11 GHz and Millimeter Waves (MMW) 55-65 GHz. The effects of antenna placement in the vehicle’s compartment, line of sight (LOS) and non-line of sight (NLOS) scenarios, as well as the effects due to the presence of passengers are studied. Statistics of the measured transfer functions result in a description of the channel's propagation loss and reverberation characteristics. We compare the UWB and MMW channel characteristics in detail.",
  booktitle="IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium (IMS), Phoenix, USA, May 2015.",
  chapter="114569",
  year="2015",
  month="may",
  type="lecture"
}