An Impulse Response Model for the 60 Ghz Channel Based on Spectral Techniques of alpha-stable Processes

Abstract : In order to make realistic simulations of the radio propagation mechanism in ultra-wide band channels, an appropriate model is needed. In this paper we propose a new technique to model the impulse response of the 60 Ghz channel. This new approach is based on the spectral analysis of alpha-stable processes. Our new model presents many advantages: firstly, the channel is characterized only by a one deterministic function (spectral density) in the place of four parameters. Secondly, the estimations procedure deals directly with the measured transfer functions which avoids loosing information in data pretreatment. Finally, an estimation of the spectral measure permits to directly generate the impulse response.
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Nourddine Azzaoui, Laurent Clavier. An Impulse Response Model for the 60 Ghz Channel Based on Spectral Techniques of alpha-stable Processes. Proceeding of IEEE International Conference on communications, 2007, pp.5040 - 5045. ⟨10.1109/ICC.2007.832⟩. ⟨hal-00255914⟩

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