A new space-time MIMO channel model (2005)
Type of ContentConference Contributions - Published
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering.
In this paper we develop a MIMO channel model and derive its spatial and temporal correlation properties. We present a generalized methodology to derive the spatial correlation when the angles of arrival (AoA ) and angles of departure are either independent or fully correlated. Our model therefore spans the full range from well-established single ring models, where AoA and AoD are fully correlated to complex industrial channel models where they are uncorrelated.
CitationZhang, M., Smith, P.J., Shafi, M. (2005) A new space-time MIMO channel model. Brisbane, Australia: Australian Communication Theory Workshop, 2-4 Feb 2005. Proceedings, 230-235.
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KeywordsMIMO; channel models; polarization
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