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Intra-Vehicular Path Loss Comparison of UWB Channel for 3-11 GHz and 55-65 GHz

Originální název

Intra-Vehicular Path Loss Comparison of UWB Channel for 3-11 GHz and 55-65 GHz

Anglický název

Intra-Vehicular Path Loss Comparison of UWB Channel for 3-11 GHz and 55-65 GHz

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper provides a comparison of a real-world intra-vehicular radio channel measurements of the ultra-wide frequency bands, namely the 3–11 GHz and the 55–65 GHz. The measurement campaign was performed utilizing a vector network analyzer (VNA) and a frequency domain method ensuring a high dynamic range of 70 dB and a frequency resolution of 10 MHz. An inverse Fourier transform is exploited for a transition of the measured data into the time domain and to obtain a channel impulse response (CIR). A delay spread and a path loss are derived and compared.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper provides a comparison of a real-world intra-vehicular radio channel measurements of the ultra-wide frequency bands, namely the 3–11 GHz and the 55–65 GHz. The measurement campaign was performed utilizing a vector network analyzer (VNA) and a frequency domain method ensuring a high dynamic range of 70 dB and a frequency resolution of 10 MHz. An inverse Fourier transform is exploited for a transition of the measured data into the time domain and to obtain a channel impulse response (CIR). A delay spread and a path loss are derived and compared.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT115044,
  author="Jiří {Blumenstein} and Tomáš {Mikulášek} and Aleš {Prokeš} and Thomas {Zemen} and Christoph {Mecklenbräuker}",
  title="Intra-Vehicular Path Loss Comparison of UWB Channel for 3-11 GHz and 55-65 GHz",
  annote="This paper provides a comparison of a real-world
intra-vehicular radio channel measurements of the ultra-wide
frequency bands, namely the 3–11 GHz and the 55–65 GHz. The
measurement campaign was performed utilizing a vector network
analyzer (VNA) and a frequency domain method ensuring a high
dynamic range of 70 dB and a frequency resolution of 10 MHz.
An inverse Fourier transform is exploited for a transition of the
measured data into the time domain and to obtain a channel
impulse response (CIR). A delay spread and a path loss are
derived and compared.",
  booktitle="Wireless Highways to the Digital Economies & Smart Societies",
  chapter="115044",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2015",
  month="october",
  pages="1--4",
  type="conference paper"
}