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By George V. Tsoulos

ISBN-10: 0780360168

ISBN-13: 9780780360167

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I. which is assumed to be uniformly distributed in the range 0 to 21t. When a direct path component is present. the mean becomes a scaled version of the corresponding array response vector E{vu,} cc a(Sok) [91 . The covariance matrix for the kth cluster is given by [21) where c is the speed of light and t", is the maximum TOA to be considered. To gain some insight into the properties of this model, consider the resulting joint TOA and AOA density function. "COS(S',)) D -htlllllblll(DCOOS(S,,)-t1') .

However. since the co rr e la tio n tial quadratu re phase shift keyed matrix of the rece ive d sign a l ve cto r o f (DQPSK) signal was sim u lated . Th e an antenna array ca n be determi ned by res ul ts were compared wi th measure consideri ng the correlation betwe en ments take n in a typical suburban env ieach p a ir of elements . the model h as ron me nt. The resu lt ing BER estimates application to any arbitrary array size . -'. x were within a factor of two of the actu al The level of correlation will determeas ured BER, indicating a reasonable mine the performance of spatial diversidegree of accuracy for the model [10].

Both the time and spatial co rr e la tio n properties of the model are compared to theoretical results in (24) . The comparison shows that there is good agreement between the two . x Two Simulation Models (TU and BU) Base stat io n Next we describe tw o spatial channel models • Figure 14. GM geometry. • Figure 13. G WSS US geom etry. that have been developed for simulation purposes. The Typical Urban (TU) model is designed to have time properties similar to the GSM-TU defined in sight is present.

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