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Measured Delay and Doppler Profiles of Overtaking Vehicles at 60 GHz

ZÖCHMANN, E. MECKLENBRÄUKER, C. LERCH, M. PRATSCHNER, S. BLUMENSTEIN, J. SANGODOYIN, S. ARTNER, G. CABAN, S. ZEMEN, T. PROKEŠ, A. RUPP, M. HOFER, M. LÖSCHENBRAND, D. MOLISCH, A.

Original Title

Measured Delay and Doppler Profiles of Overtaking Vehicles at 60 GHz

English Title

Measured Delay and Doppler Profiles of Overtaking Vehicles at 60 GHz

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

We report results from real-world millimetre wave vehicle-to-vehicle channel measurements carried out in an ur- ban street environment, down-town Vienna, Austria. Channel measurements have been acquired with a time-domain channel sounder in the frequency band 59.75–60.25 GHz with a frequency resolution of approximately 5 MHz. We estimate the local scattering function for sequential stationarity regions in time. A multitaper estimator is used to precisely define Doppler and delay resolutions. Estimates for delay and Doppler profiles are evaluated from the local scattering function for several overtaking vehicles at a variety of speeds and for different types of vehicles. The results show that passenger cars are associated with a single Doppler trajectory, whereas larger vehicles, such as trucks, show up in the data with multiple Doppler trajectories.

English abstract

We report results from real-world millimetre wave vehicle-to-vehicle channel measurements carried out in an ur- ban street environment, down-town Vienna, Austria. Channel measurements have been acquired with a time-domain channel sounder in the frequency band 59.75–60.25 GHz with a frequency resolution of approximately 5 MHz. We estimate the local scattering function for sequential stationarity regions in time. A multitaper estimator is used to precisely define Doppler and delay resolutions. Estimates for delay and Doppler profiles are evaluated from the local scattering function for several overtaking vehicles at a variety of speeds and for different types of vehicles. The results show that passenger cars are associated with a single Doppler trajectory, whereas larger vehicles, such as trucks, show up in the data with multiple Doppler trajectories.

Keywords

vehicular channel sounding, mm-wave

Released

09.04.2018

Location

London, UK

ISBN

9781509037421

Book

Proceedings of the 12th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP 2018)

Pages from

1

Pages to

5

Pages count

5

URL

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT148340,
  author="Erich {Zöchmann} and Christoph {Mecklenbräuker} and Martin {Lerch} and Stefan {Pratschner} and Jiří {Blumenstein} and Seun {Sangodoyin} and Gerald {Artner} and Sebastian {Caban} and Thomas {Zemen} and Aleš {Prokeš} and Markus {Rupp} and Markus {Hofer} and David {Löschenbrand} and Andreas F. {Molisch}",
  title="Measured Delay and Doppler Profiles of Overtaking Vehicles at 60 GHz",
  annote="We  report  results  from  real-world  millimetre  wave
vehicle-to-vehicle  channel  measurements  carried  out  in  an  ur-
ban  street  environment,  down-town  Vienna,  Austria.  Channel
measurements  have  been  acquired  with  a  time-domain  channel
sounder in the frequency band 59.75–60.25 GHz with a frequency
resolution   of   approximately   5   MHz.   We   estimate   the   local
scattering  function  for  sequential  stationarity  regions  in  time.
A  multitaper  estimator  is  used  to  precisely  define  Doppler  and
delay  resolutions.  Estimates  for  delay  and  Doppler  profiles  are
evaluated from the local scattering function for several overtaking
vehicles at a variety of speeds and for different types of vehicles.
The results show that passenger cars are associated with a single
Doppler trajectory, whereas larger vehicles, such as trucks, show
up in the data with multiple Doppler trajectories.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 12th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP 2018)",
  chapter="148340",
  doi="10.1049/cp.2018.0470",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2018",
  month="april",
  pages="1--5",
  type="conference paper"
}