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MM-wave propagation channels and their impact on 5G system design

October 16 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm PDT

Co-sponsored by: CN60049

Title: MM-wave propagation channels and their impact on 5G system design

 

Abstract: Communication in the mm-wave band is an essential part of 5G, allowing to reach the ambitious data rate and throughput goals of IMT-2020. In order to design systems that will work in practice, a thorough understanding – which must be based on measurements in real-world channels – of mm-wave propagation channels is required. This talk provides an overview of such research. After a brief introduction of suitable channel sounders, the talk will concentrate on (i) requirement for street-by-street pathloss models, (ii) dynamics of angular statistics (iii) outdoor-to-indoor propagation in mm-wave bands, and (iv) spatial consistency and the change of second-order channel statistics. The impact of all those channel effects on system design and deployment planning will be elaborated.

 

 

Bio: 

Andreas F. Molisch is the Solomon Golomb – Andrew and Erna Viterbi Chair Professor at the University of Southern California. His research interest is wireless communications, with emphasis on wireless propagation channels, multi-antenna systems, ultrawideband signaling and localization, novel modulation methods, and caching for wireless content distribution. He is the author of four books, 20 book chapters, more than 250 journal papers, 340 conference papers, as well as 80 patents. He is a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors, IEEE, AAAS, and IET, as well as Member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and recipient of numerous awards, including the Sumner award of the IEEE and the Armstrong award of ComSoc.

Speaker(s): Prof. Andreas Molisch,

Agenda:

Title: MM-wave propagation channels and their impact on 5G system design

 

Abstract: Communication in the mm-wave band is an essential part of 5G, allowing to reach the ambitious data rate and throughput goals of IMT-2020. In order to design systems that will work in practice, a thorough understanding – which must be based on measurements in real-world channels – of mm-wave propagation channels is required. This talk provides an overview of such research. After a brief introduction of suitable channel sounders, the talk will concentrate on (i) requirement for street-by-street pathloss models, (ii) dynamics of angular statistics (iii) outdoor-to-indoor propagation in mm-wave bands, and (iv) spatial consistency and the change of second-order channel statistics. The impact of all those channel effects on system design and deployment planning will be elaborated.

 

 

Bio: 

Andreas F. Molisch is the Solomon Golomb – Andrew and Erna Viterbi Chair Professor at the University of Southern California. His research interest is wireless communications, with emphasis on wireless propagation channels, multi-antenna systems, ultrawideband signaling and localization, novel modulation methods, and caching for wireless content distribution. He is the author of four books, 20 book chapters, more than 250 journal papers, 340 conference papers, as well as 80 patents. He is a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors, IEEE, AAAS, and IET, as well as Member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and recipient of numerous awards, including the Sumner award of the IEEE and the Armstrong award of ComSoc.

Location:
Room: 1919
Bldg: 99
14820 Northeast 36th Street
Redmond, Washington
98052

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Date:
October 16
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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