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2021-08-02

Effect of Spatial Consistency Parameters on 5G Millimeter Wave Channel Characteristics

By Abdelbasset Bedda Zekri, Riadh Ajgou, and El-Hadi Meftah
Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 93, 67-85, 2021
doi:10.2528/PIERB21061701

Abstract

This paper mainly deals with the channel diversity and the effect of spatial consistency parameters for different millimeter wave (mmWave) bands (28, 38 and 73 GHz) according to the channel parameters of the NYUSIM model. Statistical analyses are performed for various spatial consistency scenarios in an urban microcell (UMi) environment. Most of the recent analyses ignored the effect of adjusting the spatial consistency parameters on the 5G mmWave channel characteristics, including path loss (PL), received power, and path loss exponent (PLE). As a result, we have analyzed the effect of each parameter mentioned above for both directional power delay profile (DPDP) and omnidirectional power delay profile (OPDP). Numerical results illustrate how the characteristics of mmWave channels communication can be affected by changing the spatial consistency parameters.

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Abdelbasset Bedda Zekri, Riadh Ajgou, and El-Hadi Meftah, "Effect of Spatial Consistency Parameters on 5G Millimeter Wave Channel Characteristics," Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 93, 67-85, 2021.
doi:10.2528/PIERB21061701
http://www.jpier.org/PIERB/pier.php?paper=21061701

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