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Measurements of MIMO-UWB indoor channel

Tsao, Gavin and Iyamu, Peter and Petropoulakis, Lykourgos and Atkinson, Robert and Andonovic, Ivan and Glover, Ian (2012) Measurements of MIMO-UWB indoor channel. In: 2012 International Symposium on Signals, Systems, and Electronics (ISSSE), 2012-10-03 - 2012-10-05.

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Abstract

Channel measurements are reported for an emulated indoor MIMO-UWB system. The emulated system represents a ceiling-mounted access-point with two identical UWB, horizontally-polarized, antennas and a portable terminal for desk-top use with between two and four (also identical) horizontally-polarized antennas. The maximum MIMO-UWB channel capacities of the measured channels are calculated and the statistics of these capacities are presented. The channel capacity advantage of MIMO-UWB over SISO-UWB is also presented.