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Wide-band mobile radio channel characterisation in UHF band for residential suburban area

Unar, M. and Glover, I.A. and Heaton, J. and Williams, C. and Cannon, P. (2003) Wide-band mobile radio channel characterisation in UHF band for residential suburban area. In: 12th international conference on antennas & propagation ICAP 2003. IEEE, New York. ISBN 0852967527

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Abstract

This paper describes wideband measurements of the 2.38 GHz radio channel in a residential suburban area of Malvern, UK. Data in the form of the time variant complex channel impulse responses have been recorded and discrete multipath components extracted. The first-order statistics of these components, including exceedance curves of propagation path number and RMS delay spread, are presented and compared with those derived from similar measurement campaigns reported elsewhere in the literature.