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Space-timie annel Simnulator using, An gular Power Distributions
 

Summary: Space-timie annel Simnulator using, An gular
Power Distributions
Terence Betlehemt and Thushara Abhayapalatt
Research School of Information Science and Engineering, Australian National University, Australia
t Wireless Signal Processing Program, National ICT Australia Ltd.
Canberra, Australia
[terence.betlehem,thushara.abhayc
Abstract- In this paper, we develop a channel simulator to
generate the channel gains to an arbitrary array of receiver
antennas, for a general class of non-line-of-sight channels. The
channel scattering environment is defined by the angular power
distribution as seen by the receiver. We derive the second order
statistics of the channel gains in terms of the parameters of the
angular power distribution. As an illustration of the channel
simulator, we compare the performance of different direction-of-
arrival techniques.
I. INTRODUCTION
With recent development of practical multiple-input-
multiple-output (MIMO) systems, there is need to quantify
MIMO system performance over realistic channels. Many

  

Source: Abhayapala, Thushara D. - Department of Information Engineering, Australian National University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences