IMS 2014: Wideband mmWave Channels: Implications for Design and Implementation of Adaptive Beam Antennas

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This article presents channel measurement results obtained using a spread spectrum sliding correlator channel sounder at 28 GHz with an ultra-wide RF bandwidth of 800 MHz, collected in the dense urban environment of New York City. Statistics of multipath components, RMS delay spread, path loss, and angle distributions are investigated for antennas with different beamwidths. Theoretical beam combining analysis is performed. Beamforming and beam combining structures are proposed.

This article presents channel measurement results obtained using a spread spectrum sliding correlator channel sounder at 28 GHz with an ultra-wide RF bandwidth of 800 MHz, collected in the dense urban environment of New York City.

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