The polarimetric characteristics of the signal back scattered from a building wall are studied in this paper with the aid of MIMO measurements and Ray Tracing simulation. A very simple environment with a single building amid an open area is considered to reduce complexity and better isolate the different kinds of back-scattered contributions: specular reflection, diffractions, diffuse scattering. A high degree of crosspolarization coupling, largely due to diffused scattering phenomena, is generally observed. Moreover the diffuse component represents about 30% of the total backscattered power even in such a simple topology.

A study on polarimetric properties of scattering from building walls

VITUCCI, ENRICO MARIA;DEGLI ESPOSTI, VITTORIO;
2010

Abstract

The polarimetric characteristics of the signal back scattered from a building wall are studied in this paper with the aid of MIMO measurements and Ray Tracing simulation. A very simple environment with a single building amid an open area is considered to reduce complexity and better isolate the different kinds of back-scattered contributions: specular reflection, diffractions, diffuse scattering. A high degree of crosspolarization coupling, largely due to diffused scattering phenomena, is generally observed. Moreover the diffuse component represents about 30% of the total backscattered power even in such a simple topology.
IEEE 72nd Vehicular Technology Conference Proceedings
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Vitucci, ENRICO MARIA; Mani, F.; DEGLI ESPOSTI, Vittorio; Oestges, C.
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