AAU-DLR 2010 Indoor Measurement Campaign: Measurements for Validation of Models for Reverberant and Cooperative Channels

Gerhard Steinböck, Troels Pedersen, Wei Wang

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Abstract

A measurement campaign, not part of the WHERE2 project, with the focus on indoor multilink and reverberant in-room channels was conducted by DLR and AAU. The measurement data is used from both parties within the WHERE2 project and can be shared upon request.
The measurement campaign has two main goals. Firstly to validate models for in-room channels including reverberation effects and secondly to provide measurement data for cooperative localization methods. First results using these data are already presented in the publication with title "Model for the Path Loss of In-room Reverberant Channels".
For the measurement campaign the measurement platform for time-variant wireless channels from DLR was used. The high spatial resolution of
the platform allows for combining several transmitter positions to a virtual array. Together with the circular receiver array, this enables a bi-directional channel characterization.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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