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Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [ Recommendations for the 3c Channel Model Subgroup ] Date Submitted: [13 May, 2005] Source: [Su-Khiong Yong] Company [Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT)]

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Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs)

Submission Title: [Recommendations for the 3c Channel Model Subgroup]

Date Submitted: [13 May, 2005]

Source: [Su-Khiong Yong]

Company [Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT)]

Address [RF Technology Group, Comm. & Networking Lab., P. O. Box 111, Suwon 440-600, Korea]

Voice:[+82-31-280-9581], FAX: [+82-31-280-9555],E-Mail: [[email protected]]

Re : [IEEE 802.15.3c Channel modeling]

Abstract: [Recommendations for the 3c Channel Model Subgroup]

Purpose:[This document discusses the propagation issues and parameters for IEEE 802.15.3c]

Notice :This document has been prepared to assist the IEEE P802.15. It is offered as a basis for

discussion and is not binding on the contributing individual(s) or organization(s). The material in

this document is subject to change in form and content after further study. The contributor(s)

reserve(s) the right to add, amend or withdraw material contained herein.

Release:The contributor acknowledges and accepts that this contribution becomes the property of IEEE

and may be made publicly available by P802.15.

Su-Khiong Yong, Samsung-SAIT

recommendations for the 3c channel model subgroup

Recommendations for the 3c Channel Model Subgroup

Su-Khiong Yong

Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), Korea

Su-Khiong Yong, Samsung-SAIT

outline
Outline
  • Objectives
  • Channel representation
  • What do we have?
  • What are the possibilities?
  • How to move forward?
  • Conclusions

Su-Khiong Yong, Samsung-SAIT

objectives
Objectives
  • To make recommendations on how the channel modeling Sub-Group to move forward.
  • To clear some of the vague points that have been dragging the Sub-Group.

Su-Khiong Yong, Samsung-SAIT

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Radio Channel

“Single Directional” Channel

Propagation Channel

DOAs

DODs

M. Steinbauer, A.F. Molisch and E. Bonek, "The Double-Directional Radio Channel,” IEEE Comm. Mag, vol. 43, no. 4, Aug 2001.

Su-Khiong Yong, Samsung-SAIT

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To get RC and SDC from PC

But we can’t get PC from SDC or RC as well as SDC from RC

?

Su-Khiong Yong, Samsung-SAIT

what do we have so far
What do we have so far?
  • IBM data  Radio Channel
  • IMST data  Single Directional Channel
  • NICT data  Single Directional Channel
  • NICTA proposed measurements  Single Directional Channel
  • Umass proposed measurements  Single Directional Channel

Su-Khiong Yong, Samsung-SAIT

what are the possibilities
What Are the Possibilities?
  • Double directional channel is complex and not easy to deal given that we have limited time left and amount of resources we have.
  • Radio channel – We have the data and there are plenty of results to be captured from the literature, see an overview*.
  • Single directional channel – We have the data too and this is the way we should focus and work on it

*S. K. Yong, C. C. Chong and S. S. Lee, “Generalization and Parameterization of the mmWave Channel Models,”

IEEE 802.15-05-0261-01-003c, Cairns, Australia, May. 2005.

Su-Khiong Yong, Samsung-SAIT

single directional channel
Single Directional Channel
  • SDC CIR can be captured by
    • rotating single antenna in a small interval over 360o,
    • virtual antenna array
    • antenna array
  • With SDC we can take into account for different antenna setups

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different antenna setups
Different Antenna Setups
  • Based on the data we have e.g. NICT data
    • Typical Home (Japanese living room) LOS
      • Transmitting antenna Omni,  Receiving antenna 15 degree HornVertical polarized wave
      • Transmitting antenna 15 degree Horn, Receiving antenna 15 degreeHorn Vertical polarized wave
      • Transmitting antenna 30 degree Horn, Receiving antenna 15 degreeHorn Vertical polarized wave
    • Typical Japanese Office, NLOS
      • Transmitting antenna Omni,  Receiving antenna 15 degree HornVertical polarized wave
      • Transmitting antenna 30 degree Horn, Receiving antenna 15 degreeHorn Vertical polarized wave

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to account other configurations
To account other configurations
  • The CIRs obtained, deconvolve the CIRs with the original antenna pattern and then convolve with the new antenna pattern.
  • Only applicable to one link end.

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conclusion
Conclusion
  • We should focus on the single directional channel given that
    • Data availability
    • Less complex than the double directional but more useful than the radio channel for our performance evaluation

Su-Khiong Yong, Samsung-SAIT

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