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UWB wireless channels - propagation aspects and interplay with system design

Molisch, Andreas LU (2004) 34th European Microwave Conference, (EuMC) In 34th European Microwave Conference, 2004. p.1101-1104
Abstract
This paper will first present an overview of the current

state of the art in the measurement and modeling of UWB

propagation channels. We will point out the difference between the two main frequency bands of interest (<900MHz and 3.1-10.6 GHz), and describe the kay channel parameters (attenuation, delay spread, arrival time statistics, amplitude statistics) in different

environments. We will especially discuss the difference between "sparse" and "dense" models. We then analyze what channel parameters have the biggest influence on system performance. Various Rake receiver structures, OFDM cyclic prefix duration, and transmitted-reference structures exemplify the systems that show

a clear dependence on... (More)
This paper will first present an overview of the current

state of the art in the measurement and modeling of UWB

propagation channels. We will point out the difference between the two main frequency bands of interest (<900MHz and 3.1-10.6 GHz), and describe the kay channel parameters (attenuation, delay spread, arrival time statistics, amplitude statistics) in different

environments. We will especially discuss the difference between "sparse" and "dense" models. We then analyze what channel parameters have the biggest influence on system performance. Various Rake receiver structures, OFDM cyclic prefix duration, and transmitted-reference structures exemplify the systems that show

a clear dependence on channel parameters. (Less)
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state of the art in the measurement and modeling of UWB<br/><br>
propagation channels. We will point out the difference between the two main frequency bands of interest (&lt;900MHz and 3.1-10.6 GHz), and describe the kay channel parameters (attenuation, delay spread, arrival time statistics, amplitude statistics) in different<br/><br>
environments. We will especially discuss the difference between "sparse" and "dense" models. We then analyze what channel parameters have the biggest influence on system performance. Various Rake receiver structures, OFDM cyclic prefix duration, and transmitted-reference structures exemplify the systems that show<br/><br>
a clear dependence on channel parameters.},
  author       = {Molisch, Andreas},
  booktitle    = {34th European Microwave Conference, 2004.},
  isbn         = {1-58053-992-0},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {1101--1104},
  publisher    = {IEEE--Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.},
  title        = {UWB wireless channels - propagation aspects and interplay with system design},
  year         = {2004},
}