Point-to-point (P2P) mm-wave links operating in environments with scattering structures within the beamwidth of the antennas, such as undulating ground, building facades and rooftops, can be susceptible to weak albeit measurable fades, as well as depolarizing effects due to scatter. Estimation of the expected outage probability and cross-polar discrimination in such propagation scenarios require an accurate and efficient electromagnetic modeling of the scattering environment. This work presents analysis and simulation results from an automated high-resolution GIS-based radio propagation electromagnetic model for mm-wave P2P links supported by measurement data.
|Title of host publication||N/A|
|Publication status||Published - 30 Mar 2012|
|Event|| EuCap 2012 - Location unknown - please update|
Duration: 1 Jan 1990 → 1 Jan 1990
|Period||1/01/90 → 1/01/90|
- radio prediction tool
- mm-wave communications