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Wideband mobile radio channel characterisation with a chirp sounder

C. P. Peng

Wideband mobile radio channel characterisation with a chirp sounder

by C. P. Peng

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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementC.P. Cheng ; supervised by S.H. Salous.
ContributionsSalous, S. H., Electrical Engineering and Electronics.
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Open LibraryOL17284772M

Wideband MIMO channel sounder for radio measurements in the 60 GHz band. IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 15 (4): . A Wideband Coherent Radar Depth Sounder System has been developed to obtain better delineation of the internal layers and information about the bedrock properties. The radar operates over a frequency range of MHz, providing a resolution of less than 1 m in ice. A high speed Arbitrary Waveform GeneratorCited by: 3.

4 - Propagation modelling and channel characterisation. including the channel sounder architectures. It reviews several recently proposed improvements to various existing techniques like: integral methods, differential equation methods, parabolic equations, diffraction theory and Gaussian beams. Previous chapter in book;Author: Pierre Degauque, Emmanuel Van Lil, Vittorio Degli-Esposti, Pertti Vainikainen, Filipe Cardoso, Wim A. quency. A spherical array and a wideband radio channel sounder were utilized at the mobile station in order to characterize the spatial radio channel at the mobile. The measurement setup, presented in [1], enables the full 3D spatial and polarization characterization of the wideband mobile radio channel in real-time. Based on the com-.

transmitter and multi-channel variable-gain receiver. The equipment is described in this paper along with measurements on cod, saithe, herring, and mackerel. Methods Wideband echo sounder The transducer (Fig. 1) was constructed from ele­ ments arranged in eight concentric rings around a cen­ tral element, on the surface of a partial File Size: 2MB. Greenwood, D. and Hanzo, L. () Characterisation of Mobile Radio Channels: 2nd. In, Steele, R. and Hanzo, L. (eds.) Modern Mobile Radio Communications: Second and Third Generation Cellular and WATM Systems. Mobile Radio Communications, Second and Third Generation Cellular and WATM Systems (01/01/99) John Wiley & Sons, pp. Cited by:


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Channel sounding is a technique that evaluates the radio environment for wireless communication, especially MIMO systems. Because of the effect of terrain and obstacles, wireless signals propagate in multiple paths (the multipath effect). To minimize or use the multipath effect, engineers use channel sounding to process the multidimensional spatial-temporal signal and.

Applications of the unlicensed 60 GHz band include indoor wireless local area networks, outdoor short range communications and on body networks. To characterize the radio channel for such applications, a novel digital chirp sounder with programmable bandwidths up to 6 GHz with switched two transmit channels and two parallel receive channels for multiple-input multiple Cited by: timates of these parameters a wideband channel sounder is required.

In this thesis A major requisite in the design of any wideband digital mobile radio system is an adequate characterization of the radio channel. Due to obstructions such as ground irregularities, buildings, vehicles or vegetation we seldom have a direct line of sight File Size: KB.

Sounding techniques for wideband mobile radio channels. A review Article (PDF Available) in Communications, Speech and Vision, IEE Proceedings I (5). Abstract. The characteristics of mobile radio channels place fundamental limits on the performance of mobile radio communication systems.

Reliable information about these characteristics are obtained in this paper by analysing wideband propagation measurements, which were performed by using an high performance wideband channel sounder in Cited by: based wideband channel sounder with signal bandwidths up to MHz and results of a study of dynamic urban picocell channel.

The use of FPGA allows the sounder to be adaptable for measurements in difierent scenarios. Adaptable options include changes to the waveform, bandwidth, channel sampling rate and real-time averaging. Request PDF | Radio Channel Sounders | This chapter reviews the history of radio detection and ranging (RADAR), and shows the similarity between radars and radio.

The system is based on a wideband radio channel sounder and a spherical antenna array, and it aims to describe the three-dimensional (3-D) spatial radio channel seen by the mobile terminal. Thoroughly revised and updated, the scond edition offers a fundamental and comprehensive treatment of how mobile systems operate in a variety of scenarios.

This unrivalled approach concentrates on the properties of the radio channel, a vital and central feature that place fundamental limitations on the performance of radio by: 6 Wideband Channel Characterisation, Introduction Mobile radio channel characterisation A practical narrowband channel sounder Signal sampling Sampled distributions Sampling to obtain the local mean value State of Chirp Receiving as of Jan In the beginning the only way for a hobbyist to receive chirps was by using their ears and a short wave receiver tuned to a fixed frequency or manually tuning the receiver or use a commercial chirp receiver like the RCS-5().

Next came the Motorola DSP Evaluation kit based chirp sounder receiving method. The characterization of mobile radio channels can be performed either in narrowband or wideband channels with a sounder, a set of equipment made up of a transmitter and receiver and their respective aerial systems (transmission lines, antennas, etc.), which is capable of estimating mobile radio channel parameters.

Condensed parameters are used for a concisedescription of wideband mobile radio channelmeasurements. The most popular are the delay spread, thecoherence bandwidth, and the delay window.

In thispaper, we analyze their definitions, interrelations,and applicability under various rily, we analyze condensed parameters in theDoppler frequency Cited by: Wideband Channel Characterization Spring ELE –FUNDAMENTALS OF WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS 1.

Wideband Systems - ISI Previous chapter considered CW (carrier-only) or narrow-band signals which do NOT suffer from intersymbol interference (ISI) in the Size: 2MB. CHIRP (Compressed High-intensity Radar Pulse) is a frequency-modulated sound (sonar) pulse.

Traditional echo sounders rely on a distinct frequency pulse rebounding off fish, an object or the bottom, ie 50 kHz, for deepwater fish findi ng, or kHz, in shallower water. The amount of energy required for the signal to reach the bottom in deep water when using a low frequency. ===== GNU Radio Channel Sounder.

This is a GNU Radio implementation of a correlation channel sounder, although still in alpha stage^^. This implementation works reasonably well if the transmitting USRP, as well as the receiving USRP are both equipped with Ettus' GPS-disciplined-oscillator for synchronising their oscillators.

Directional 3D Real-time Dual-polarized Measurement of Wideband Mobile Radio Channel Kimmo Kalliola1,2, Heikki Laitinen3, Leo Vaskelainen3, and Pertti Vainikainen1 1 Helsinki University of Technology, Radio Laboratory,FIN HUT, Finland 2 Nokia Research Center,FIN Nokia Group, Finland 3 VTT Information Technology.

Station identification (ident, network ID or channel ID) is the practice of radio or television stations or networks identifying themselves on-air, typically by means of a call sign or brand name (sometimes known, particularly in the United States, as a "sounder" or "stinger", more generally as a station or network ID).

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This gives forward-deployed forces more options for. The system comprises a transmitter propagating a periodical, analog test signal, and a receiver, in which the time variable, complex reply word of a mobile radio channel is determined in real time.

A special, optimum, complex test signal is used, which has several spectral lines, and whose complex envelope has a slightest possible crest factor in the time by:. For the design of wideband communications systems that employ such segmentation, simultaneous (or at least quasi-simultaneous) wideband channel characterisation of the frequency bands of interest is required.

This paper reports current research based on quasi-simultaneous mobile 5 Mchps pseudo-noise channel soundings at.V2V millimeter wave radio channel characterization and modelling has to be completed to describe wideband effects, such as the power delay profile and delay spread.

We have experimentally characterized this radio channel at 38 GHz and 60 GHz frequency bands and related the channel behavior we observed with the measurement environment and by: wideband mobile radio channel data are measured, and a nonlinear model is used for the fading channel prediction.

In this paper, we propose an ESPRIT-type [7] al-gorithm to predict the frequency-selective channel in wideband systems. The time-varying channel trans-fer function at different frequencies within the wide.