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Sparsity in the Delay-Doppler Domain for Measured 60 GHz Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Communication Channels

GROLL, H. ZÖCHMANN, E. PRATSCHNER, S. LERCH, M. SCHUTZENHOFER, D. HOFER, M. BLUMENSTEIN, J. SANGODOYIN, S. ZEMEN, T. PROKEŠ, A. MOLISCH, A. CABAN, S.

Original Title

Sparsity in the Delay-Doppler Domain for Measured 60 GHz Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Communication Channels

English Title

Sparsity in the Delay-Doppler Domain for Measured 60 GHz Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Communication Channels

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

We report results from millimeter wave vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) channel measurements conducted on Sept. 25, 2018 in an urban street environment, down-town Vienna, Austria. Measurements of a frequency-division multiplexed multiple-input single-output channel have been acquired with a time-domain channel sounder at 60 GHz with a bandwidth of 100 MHz and a frequency resolution of 5 MHz. Two horn antennas were used on a moving transmitter vehicle: one horn emitted a beam towards the horizon and the second horn emitted an elevated beam at 15-degrees up-tilt. This configuration was chosen to assess the impact of beam elevation on V2I communication channel characteristics: propagation loss and sparsity of the local scattering function in the delay-Doppler domain. The measurement results within urban speed limits show high sparsity in the delay-Doppler domain.

English abstract

We report results from millimeter wave vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) channel measurements conducted on Sept. 25, 2018 in an urban street environment, down-town Vienna, Austria. Measurements of a frequency-division multiplexed multiple-input single-output channel have been acquired with a time-domain channel sounder at 60 GHz with a bandwidth of 100 MHz and a frequency resolution of 5 MHz. Two horn antennas were used on a moving transmitter vehicle: one horn emitted a beam towards the horizon and the second horn emitted an elevated beam at 15-degrees up-tilt. This configuration was chosen to assess the impact of beam elevation on V2I communication channel characteristics: propagation loss and sparsity of the local scattering function in the delay-Doppler domain. The measurement results within urban speed limits show high sparsity in the delay-Doppler domain.

Keywords

OTFS, delay-Doppler domain, sparsity, millime-ter wave, vehicular communications, channel estimatio

Released

20.05.2019

ISBN

978-1-7281-2373-8

Book

2019 IEEE International Conference on Communications Workshops (ICC Workshops)

Pages from

1

Pages to

6

Pages count

6

URL

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT159685,
  author="Herbert {Groll} and Erich {Zöchmann} and Stefan {Pratschner} and Martin {Lerch} and Daniel {Schutzenhofer} and Markus {Hofer} and Jiří {Blumenstein} and Seun {Sangodoyin} and Thomas {Zemen} and Aleš {Prokeš} and Andreas F. {Molisch} and Sebastian {Caban}",
  title="Sparsity in the Delay-Doppler Domain for Measured 60 GHz Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Communication Channels",
  annote="We report results from millimeter wave vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) channel measurements conducted on Sept. 25, 2018 in an urban street environment, down-town Vienna, Austria. Measurements of a frequency-division multiplexed multiple-input single-output channel have been acquired with a time-domain channel sounder at 60 GHz with a bandwidth of 100 MHz and a frequency resolution of 5 MHz. Two horn antennas were used on a moving transmitter vehicle: one horn emitted a beam towards the horizon and the second horn emitted an elevated beam at 15-degrees up-tilt. This configuration was chosen to assess the impact of beam elevation on V2I communication channel characteristics: propagation loss and sparsity of the local scattering function in the delay-Doppler domain. The measurement results within urban speed limits show high sparsity in the delay-Doppler domain.",
  booktitle="2019 IEEE International Conference on Communications Workshops (ICC Workshops)",
  chapter="159685",
  doi="10.1109/ICCW.2019.8756930",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2019",
  month="may",
  pages="1--6",
  type="conference paper"
}