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Title: Multipath fading characteristics of millimeter wave radio propagation in urban microcellular environment
Authors: Joshi, S.
Sancheti, S.
Issue Date: 2008
Citation: 2008 International Conference of Recent Advances in Microwave Theory and Applications, MICROWAVE 2008, 2008, Vol., , pp.529-530
Abstract: The frequency region 28-38 GHz has potential applications in fixed-wireless broadband services on account of availability of large spectrum and adequate device support to ease spectrum congestion problems, particularly in urban centers. This paper envisages development of a multiray propagation model to investigate multipath fading prevailing in millimeter wave radio propagation in a micro cellular environment. The model is simulated and measurements are carried out to estimate fast fading, propagation loss, and delay spread along micro cellular streets of variable width. The results depicted in the paper yields quantitative trends, with specific use in planning radio cells for fixed- wireless broadband services in urban microcellular environment. � 2008 IEEE.
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