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Analysis of outdoor and indoor propagation at 15 GHz and millimeter wave frequencies in microcellular environment

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Analysis of outdoor and indoor propagation at 15 GHz and millimeter wave frequencies in microcellular environment. / Sheikh, Muhammad Usman; Lempiainen, Jukka.

julkaisussa: Advances in Science, Technology and Engineering Systems, Vuosikerta 3, Nro 1, 2018, s. 160-167.

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Sheikh, MU & Lempiainen, J 2018, 'Analysis of outdoor and indoor propagation at 15 GHz and millimeter wave frequencies in microcellular environment', Advances in Science, Technology and Engineering Systems, Vuosikerta. 3, Nro 1, Sivut 160-167. https://doi.org/10.25046/aj030120

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Sheikh, Muhammad Usman ; Lempiainen, Jukka. / Analysis of outdoor and indoor propagation at 15 GHz and millimeter wave frequencies in microcellular environment. Julkaisussa: Advances in Science, Technology and Engineering Systems. 2018 ; Vuosikerta 3, Nro 1. Sivut 160-167.

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abstract = "The main target of this article is to perform the multidimensional analysis of multipath propagation in an indoor and outdoor environment at higher frequencies i.e. 15 GHz, 28 GHz and 60 GHz, using “sAGA” a 3D ray tracing tool. A real world outdoor Line of Sight (LOS) microcellular environment from the Yokusuka city of Japan is considered for the analysis. The simulation data acquired from the 3D ray tracing tool includes the received signal strength, power angular spectrum and the power delay profile. The different propagation mechanisms were closely analyzed. The simulation results show the difference of propagation in indoor and outdoor environment at higher frequencies and draw a special attention on the impact of diffuse scattering at 28 GHz and 60 GHz. In a simple outdoor microcellular environment with a valid LOS link between the transmitter and a receiver, the mean received signal at 28 GHz and 60 GHz was found around 5.7 dB and 13 dB inferior in comparison with signal level at 15 GHz. Whereas the difference in received signal levels at higher frequencies were further extended in an indoor environment due to higher building penetration loss. However, the propagation and penetration loss at higher frequency can be compensated by using the antenna with narrow beamwidth and larger gain.",
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