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Indoor MIMO Channel Sounding at 3.5 GHz

Abstract : This paper presents a measurement campaign carried out at 3.5 GHz. The objective is to characterize the electromagnetic waves propagation in indoor environment. A double directional channel sounder was used to perform these measurements. The collected data were then processed with a high resolution algorithm to extract the multipath parameters. A comparison between measurement results and a ray tracing tool is done to interpret the propagation mechanisms in this environment. The aim of these measurement campaigns is to obtain realistic MIMO channel models.
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H. Farhat, Y. Lostanlen, T. Tenoux, G. Grunfelder, Ghaïs El Zein. Indoor MIMO Channel Sounding at 3.5 GHz. 2016 Ieee Middle East Conference On Antennas and Propagation (mecap), 2016. ⟨hal-01479172⟩

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