Modeling diversity reception over narrowband fixed wireless channels

TitleModeling diversity reception over narrowband fixed wireless channels
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication1999
AuthorsMichelson, D. G., V. Erceg, and L. J. Greenstein
Conference NameTechnologies for Wireless Applications, 1999. Digest. 1999 IEEE MTT-S Symposium on
Pagination95 -100
Date Publishedfeb.
Keywordsaverage path gains, cellular radio, channel parameters, complex envelope correlation coefficient, correlation methods, diversity reception, first-order statistical characterization, five-element vector, Gaussian parameters, Gaussian processes, jointly random Gaussian processes, logarithm, macrocell environment, means, mutual correlation coefficients, narrowband fixed wireless channels, parameter estimation, path gain, propagation measurements, radiowave propagation, random processes, Ricean K-factors, Rician channels, standard variations, statistical analysis, suburban environments, two-branch diversity reception
Abstract

A complete first-order statistical characterization of two-branch diversity reception over narrowband fixed wireless channels can be given in terms of just five channel parameters: the average path gains and Ricean K-factors for each branch and the complex envelope correlation coefficient between the time-varying parts of the two path gains. Propagation measurements collected in typical suburban environments have shown that each of these parameters, or its logarithm, is close to Gaussian. Accordingly, the set may be cast as a five-element vector of jointly random Gaussian processes which are completely specified by the means, standard variations, and mutual correlation coefficients of the five parameters

URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1109/MTTTWA.1999.755135
DOI10.1109/MTTTWA.1999.755135

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