The deployment of new applications that can expand the mobile systems market is closely related to the availability of very high transmission capacity. Several researches are then developed to achieve this result, introducing as an example new modulation schemes or innovative channel coding technologies. With the aim to use a range of radio frequencies at present not crowded, and thus interference-free, able at the same time to make available a high bandwidth capacity, other researches are considering the possibility of transmitting at carrier frequencies of 60 GHz and beyond. The aim of this paper is to present a prototype for mm-Wave channel measurements, at 76 GHz, in order to derive a propagation model to be applied in different environmental conditions.
S. Spinsante, E. Gambi and A. De Santis, "A prototype system for mm-wave channel characterization: Issues and results," 2017 IEEE Aerospace Conference, Big Sky, MT, 2017, pp. 1-8.
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