Large-Scale Analysis and Modeling for Indoor Propagation at 10 GHz

Authors

  • A. V. R. Lopes Federal University of Pará
  • I. S. Batalha UFPA/LCT
  • C. R. Gomes

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1590/2179-10742020v19i2858

Keywords:

Channel modeling, radio propagation, 10 GHz, 5G Technology, indoor, V-V, H-H, V-H

Abstract

It is essential to establish dominant propagation mechanisms in indoor environments to model propagation loss for 5th generation networks. This work presents, discusses and analyzes the data of measurement campaigns carried out in the 10 GHz band. These data were obtained in two different scenarios: a corridor and a laboratory. The measurement campaigns were conducted with horn-type directional antennas considering vertical, horizontal and cross-polarization modeling under line-of-sight conditions, where horizontal polarization antenna modeling is the differential of this work. The analysis and comparison of Close-In Reference and Floating Intercept models on a large scale are supported by analysis and considering propagation mechanisms such as reflection and diffraction, which includes calculations of optimal propagation exponent values for each of the polarization in each scenario

Author Biography

I. S. Batalha, UFPA/LCT

Born in Belém, Pará, Pa, BR in 1991. Obtained a Dr. degree in electronic engineering from the Federal University of Pará, Belém, PA, Brazil, in 2019.

His current research interests include electrical engineering and computing, especially in the areas of telecommunications and applied computing. He is now working on the following topics: mobile networks, propagation, and electromagnetic compatibility. He is currently a doctorate student at the Federal University of Para.

Published

2020-05-14

How to Cite

R. Lopes, A. V., Batalha, I., & Gomes, C. R. (2020). Large-Scale Analysis and Modeling for Indoor Propagation at 10 GHz. Journal of Microwaves, Optoelectronics and Electromagnetic Applications (JMOe), 19(2), AoP 276-293. https://doi.org/10.1590/2179-10742020v19i2858

Issue

Section

Regular Papers