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Out of vehicle channel sounding in 5.8 GHz band

Originální název

Out of vehicle channel sounding in 5.8 GHz band

Anglický název

Out of vehicle channel sounding in 5.8 GHz band

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The article presents out-of-vehicle channel measurement results in the 5.8 GHz frequency band which is used in the IEEE 802.11p standard. Experiments for two different distances and three different angles around the parked car are carried out. It is found that a two-term exponential decay model can satisfactorily describe the mean measured power delay profiles. For each measurement, this large scale variation is used to calculate the corresponding channel impulse response and to construct a Rician tap-delay multipath channel model. Bit error rate (BER) performance for each measured location is then evaluated through MATLAB based simulation. The simulation results indicate that the error performances do not vary much and it is possible to determine an average BER curve for the whole set of data.

Anglický abstrakt

The article presents out-of-vehicle channel measurement results in the 5.8 GHz frequency band which is used in the IEEE 802.11p standard. Experiments for two different distances and three different angles around the parked car are carried out. It is found that a two-term exponential decay model can satisfactorily describe the mean measured power delay profiles. For each measurement, this large scale variation is used to calculate the corresponding channel impulse response and to construct a Rician tap-delay multipath channel model. Bit error rate (BER) performance for each measured location is then evaluated through MATLAB based simulation. The simulation results indicate that the error performances do not vary much and it is possible to determine an average BER curve for the whole set of data.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT118084,
  author="Pavel {Kukolev} and Aniruddha {Chandra} and Tomáš {Mikulášek} and Aleš {Prokeš}",
  title="Out of vehicle channel sounding in 5.8 GHz band",
  annote="The article presents out-of-vehicle channel measurement
results in the 5.8 GHz frequency band which is used in the
IEEE 802.11p standard. Experiments for two different distances
and three different angles around the parked car are carried
out. It is found that a two-term exponential decay model can
satisfactorily describe the mean measured power delay profiles.
For each measurement, this large scale variation is used to
calculate the corresponding channel impulse response and to
construct a Rician tap-delay multipath channel model. Bit error
rate (BER) performance for each measured location is then
evaluated through MATLAB based simulation. The simulation
results indicate that the error performances do not vary much
and it is possible to determine an average BER curve for the
whole set of data.",
  booktitle="7th International Workshop on Reliable Networks Design and Modeling",
  chapter="118084",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2015",
  month="october",
  pages="341--344",
  type="conference paper"
}