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EE 578 Simulation Communication Systems Case Study (101) Phase II KFUPM

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In UWB we have to control the output power perfectly in order to avoid the interference with other systems The channel effects play an important factor in UWB signal detection, due to power limitation and sever multipath effects. We have to consider any obstacle or channel effects, distinguish between narrow and broad environments and line of Sight and Non Line of Sight propagation. Its an important to know the profile of the channel and statistical model of paths arrival time to be used in Rake receiver.
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1) Indoor residential 2) Indoor office 3) Industrial environments: are characterized by larger enclosures (factory halls), filled with a large number of metallic reflectors. This is anticipated to lead to severe multipath. 4) Body-area network (BAN): communication between devices located on the body, e.g., for medical sensor communications, "wearable" cellphones, etc. Due to the fact that the main scatterers is in the near field of the antenna, and the generally short distances, the channel model can be anticipated to be quite different from the other environments. 5) Outdoor: suburban-like microcell scenario, with a rather small range. 6) Agricultural areas/farms: for those areas, few propagation obstacles (silos, animal pens), with large dististances in between are present. Delay spread can thus be anticipated to be smaller than in other environments

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Pathloss

Shadowing

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Power Delay Characteristics


According to a very short pulse therefore multipath components arrive in Poisson distributed clusters. Furthermore, within each cluster, the path arrivals are also described by a Poisson process. Both cluster interarrival times and path interarrival times, are thus exponentially distributed with model parameters that are experimentally determined

Reflection Clusters of large shifted pulses Diffraction


Clusters of small shifted pulses

Scattering Clusters of overlapping pulses

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Power Delay Profile


is the number of propagation path. , , is the tap weight of the component in the cluster, is the delay of the cluster, , is the delay of the MPC relative to the cluster arrival time . The phases , are uniformly distributed from the range 0,2 .

The number of clusters is assumed to be Poisson-distributed

The distributions of the cluster arrival times are given by a Poisson processes
is the cluster arrival rate.
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valid up to 20 m

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valid for 2-28m

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Covered area 2-8m

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References

Andreas F. Molisch, Kannan Balakrishnan, Chia-Chin Chong, IEEE 802.15.4a channel model - final report. Alexander M. Haimovich, Jason A. Dabin, THE EFFECTS OF ANTENNA DIRECTIVITY ON PATH LOSS AND MULTIPATH PROPAGATION IN UWB INDOOR WIRELESS CHANNELS IEEE signal process journal Jose L. Paredes, Gonzalo R. Arce, Ultra-Wideband Channel Estimation , IEEE JOURNAL OF SELECTED TOPICS IN SIGNAL PROCESSING, VOL. 1, NO. 3, OCTOBER 2007

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