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Characterizing mmWave radio propagation at 60GHz in a conference room scenario

Originální název

Characterizing mmWave radio propagation at 60GHz in a conference room scenario

Anglický název

Characterizing mmWave radio propagation at 60GHz in a conference room scenario

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

In this paper, we provide a ray-based simulation study of mmWave radio propagation at 60 GHz in a typical conference room. The room geometry, material types, and other simulation settings are verified against the results of the measurement campaign at 83 GHz. Here, we extend the evaluation scenario by randomly scattering several human-sized blockers as well as study the effects of human body blockage models. We demonstrate that multiple knife-edge diffraction (KED) models are capable of providing meaningful results while keeping the simulation duration relatively short. Moreover, we address another important scenario, where transmitters and receivers are located at the same heights and are moving according to a predefined trajectory that corresponds, e.g., to device-to-device interactions or inter-user interference.

Anglický abstrakt

In this paper, we provide a ray-based simulation study of mmWave radio propagation at 60 GHz in a typical conference room. The room geometry, material types, and other simulation settings are verified against the results of the measurement campaign at 83 GHz. Here, we extend the evaluation scenario by randomly scattering several human-sized blockers as well as study the effects of human body blockage models. We demonstrate that multiple knife-edge diffraction (KED) models are capable of providing meaningful results while keeping the simulation duration relatively short. Moreover, we address another important scenario, where transmitters and receivers are located at the same heights and are moving according to a predefined trajectory that corresponds, e.g., to device-to-device interactions or inter-user interference.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT149604,
  author="Aleksei {Ponomarenko-Timofeev} and Vasilii {Semkin} and Pavel {Mašek} and Olga {Galinina}",
  title="Characterizing mmWave radio propagation at 60GHz in a conference room scenario",
  annote="In this paper, we provide a ray-based simulation study of mmWave radio propagation at 60 GHz in a typical conference room. The room geometry, material types, and other simulation settings are verified against the results of the measurement campaign at 83 GHz. Here, we extend the evaluation scenario by randomly scattering several human-sized blockers as well as study the effects of human body blockage models. We demonstrate that multiple knife-edge diffraction (KED) models are capable of providing meaningful results while keeping the simulation duration relatively short. Moreover, we address another important scenario, where transmitters and receivers are located at the same heights and are moving according to a predefined trajectory that corresponds, e.g., to device-to-device interactions or inter-user interference.",
  booktitle="In Internet of Things, Smart Spaces, and Next Generation Networks and Systems. The 18th International Conference on Next Generation Wired/Wireless Advanced Networks and Systems NEW2AN 2018.",
  chapter="149604",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2018",
  month="august",
  pages="1--12",
  type="conference paper"
}