The dual-directional characteristics of propagation in a medium-size lecture room at two frequency bands, 10 GHz and 60 GHz, are assessed in this work through directional measurements and ray tracing simulation. Ray Tracing is used as a tool to interpret measurement results, but also as a propagation model to simulate mm-wave propagation. For what concerns the latter aspect, ray tracing has been calibrated vs. measurements and the accuracy in terms of dual-directional simulation of the channel has been evaluated.

A Study on Dual-Directional Mm-wave Indoor Channel Characteristics

E. M. Vitucci
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L. Possenti;M. Zoli;F. Fuschini;M. Barbiroli;V. Degli-Esposti;
2019

Abstract

The dual-directional characteristics of propagation in a medium-size lecture room at two frequency bands, 10 GHz and 60 GHz, are assessed in this work through directional measurements and ray tracing simulation. Ray Tracing is used as a tool to interpret measurement results, but also as a propagation model to simulate mm-wave propagation. For what concerns the latter aspect, ray tracing has been calibrated vs. measurements and the accuracy in terms of dual-directional simulation of the channel has been evaluated.
Proceedings of the 13th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP 2019)
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E. M. Vitucci, F. Yu, L. Possenti, M. Zoli, F. Fuschini, M. Barbiroli, V. Degli-Esposti, Ke Guan, Thomas Kürner
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