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This paper presents the results of parameter measurements in two indoor environments for both line of sight (LoS) and non-line of sight (NLoS) scenarios at 25 GHz using multiple directional antennae at the transmitter and a single omnidirectional antenna at the receiver (MISO) with the custom-designed channel sounder developed at Durham University. The data are analysed to estimate the K-factor, path loss parameters and root mean square (RMS) delay spread for each scenario. The 50% and 90% values of the RMS delay spread values for a 20 dB threshold are presented for both scenarios.
This paper presents results of wideband channel measurements at 39 GHz and 70 GHz in a typical indoor office environment. Measurements were carried out using Durham University's multi-band frequency modulated continuous wave channel sounder. The propagation characteristics at different angular orientations are estimated and compared for both frequency bands. The effects of the antenna pattern on the propagation channel parameters such as the average power delay profile, root mean square delay spread, and angular spread, are analyzed. The results show similar propagation properties for both measured bands.
The millimeter wave (mmWave) band around 60 GHz has been identified as one of the ISM bands for wireless indoor communication systems. In this paper, we present wideband channel measurements conducted at 60 GHz in a seminar room and office environment using state of art Durham University's channel sounder. The statistical channel parameters of power angle profile, root mean square delay spread, and angular spread are presented for different orientations which include line of sight, obstructed line of sight and non-line of sight with the smallest delay spreads and angular spreads values being observed for the line of sight case.