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1 Technical University of Cartagena (SPAIN) Research Group: Sistemas de Comunicaciones Móviles 1/14 PROJECT TITLE: MILLIMETER-WAVE ANTENNAS AND CHANNEL MODELING FOR EMERGING WIRELESS APPLICATIONS J.-M. Molina García-Pardo UPCT: CHARACTERIZATION OF THE RADIO PROPAGATION CHANNEL AT 60 GHz

2 Technical University of Cartagena (SPAIN) Research Group: Sistemas de Comunicaciones Móviles 2/14 Index I.Tasks II.Group III.Collaborations and Facilities

3 Technical University of Cartagena (SPAIN) Research Group: Sistemas de Comunicaciones Móviles 3/14 TITLE: Bibliographic review on propagation at 60 GHz. Description of work This activity deals with updating the bibliography of the research group in order establish the starting point within the research community. This is always the first and one of the most important tasks in a research project, since it makes possible to optimize the research efforts and it makes also possible to identify in the world the institutions having similar research lines. Basically, the two main directions of this work will be: Bibliographic analysis on deterministic models at 60 GHz. They are mainly based on Geometrical Optics. Bibliographic analysis on statistical models at 60 GHz. They are mainly based on statistical analysis. Deliverables: State-of-the-art on channel models at 60 GHz. Milestones: Year 1: M1-M3: State-of-the-art on channel models. Already Started

4 Technical University of Cartagena (SPAIN) Research Group: Sistemas de Comunicaciones Móviles 4/14 Modelos de propagación Estocásticos Zwick, T.; Beukema, T.J.; Nam, H.;, "Wideband Channel Sounder With Measurements and Model for the 60 GHz Indoor Radio Channel," Vehicular Technology, IEEE Transactions on, vol.54, no.4, pp. 1266- 1277, July 2005 Ishimaru, A.; Jaruwatanadilok, S.; Ritcey, J.A.; Kuga, Y.;, "A MIMO Propagation Channel Model in a Random Medium," Antennas and Propagation, IEEE Transactions on, vol.58, no.1, pp.178- 186, Jan. 2010 Jacob, M.; Mbianke, C.; Kurner, T.;, "A dynamic 60 GHz radio channel model for system level simulations with MAC protocols for IEEE 802.11ad," Consumer Electronics (ISCE), 2010 IEEE 14th International Symposium on, vol., no., pp.1-5, 7-10 June 2010 Trazador de Rayos Kunisch, J.; Zollinger, E.; Pamp, J.; Winkelmann, A.;, "MEDIAN 60 GHz wideband indoor radio channel measurements and model," Vehicular Technology Conference, 1999. VTC 1999 - Fall. IEEE VTS 50th, vol.4, no., pp.2393-2397 vol.4, 1999 Kurner, T.; Jacob, M.;, "Application of ray tracing to derive channel models for future multi-gigabit systems," Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications, 2009. ICEAA '09. International Conference on, vol., no., pp.517-520, 14-18 Sept. 2009

5 Technical University of Cartagena (SPAIN) Research Group: Sistemas de Comunicaciones Móviles 5/14 TITLE: Bibliographic review on channel sounders at 60 GHz. Description of work Here we will update the bibliography of the research group in terms of channel sounders. This will make possible to find synergies, advantages and disadvantages in other set-ups. The work will consist of: Bibliographic analysis on measurement systems at 60 GHz. Deliverables: State-of-the-art on channel measurement systems at 60 GHz. Advantages and disadvantages of different measurement techniques. Milestones: Year 1: M1-M3: State-of-the-art on measurement systems. Already Started

6 Technical University of Cartagena (SPAIN) Research Group: Sistemas de Comunicaciones Móviles 6/14 Zwick, T.; Beukema, T.J.; Nam, H.;, "Wideband Channel Sounder With Measurements and Model for the 60 GHz Indoor Radio Channel," Vehicular Technology, IEEE Transactions on, vol.54, no.4, pp. 1266- 1277, July 2005 Kivinen, J.;, "60-GHz Wideband Radio Channel Sounder," Instrumentation and Measurement, IEEE Transactions on, vol.56, no.5, pp.1831-1838, Oct. 2007 S. Ranvier, M. Kmec, R. Herrmann, J, Kivinen, J. Koivunen, R. S. Thomä, P. Vainikainen, MM-Wave Wideband MIMO Channel Sounding, to appear, URSI, New Dehli, India, October 2005 Schack, Moritz; Jacob, Martin; Kiirner, Thomas;, "Comparison of in-car UWB and 60 GHz channel measurements," Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP), 2010 Proceedings of the Fourth European Conference on, vol., no., pp.1-5, 12-16 April 2010 Guillouard, S.; El Zein, G.; Citerne, J.;, "High Time Domain Resolution Indoor Channel Sounder for the 60 GHz Band," Microwave Conference, 1998. 28th European, vol.2, no., pp.341-344, Oct. 1998 Collonge, S.; Zaharia, G.; Zein, G.E.;, "Influence of the human activity on wide-band characteristics of the 60 GHz indoor radio channel," Wireless Communications, IEEE Transactions on, vol.3, no.6, pp. 2396- 2406, Nov. 2004 Hao Xu; Kukshya, V.; Rappaport, T.S.;, "Spatial and temporal characterization of 60 GHz indoor channels," Vehicular Technology Conference, 2000. IEEE VTS-Fall VTC 2000. 52nd, vol.1, no., pp.6-13 vol.1, 2000 Guillouard, S.; El Zein, G.; Citerne, J.;, "Wideband propagation measurements and Doppler analysis for the 60 GHz indoor channel," Microwave Symposium Digest, 1999 IEEE MTT-S International, vol.4, no., pp.1751-1754 vol.4, 1999 Mikko Kyrö; Katsuyuki Haneda; Jarno Simola; Pertti Vainikainen; Ken-ichi Takizawa ; Hiroaki Hagiwara;, 60 GHz Radio Channel Measurements and Modelling in Hospital Environments, COST 2100 TD(10)11049 Aalborg, Denmark 2010/June/2-4

7 Technical University of Cartagena (SPAIN) Research Group: Sistemas de Comunicaciones Móviles 7/14 TITLE: Design of the measurement system at 60 GHz. Description of work The aim of this activity is the selection and implementation of a measurement system at 60 GHz which is appropriate to indoor environments. The proposed channel sounder will be based on a new 70 GHz VNA that is being acquired. The work will consist of: Comparative study between the different existing systems. Selection of commercial amplifiers, cables and antennas. Election of the parameters to be measured, which have to be related to the parameters mentioned in activity A.1 Assembly of the measurement equipment. Hardware calibration in an anechoic chamber. Deliverables: Hardware design of the channel sounder. Milestones: Year 1: M1-M3: Advantages and disadvantages of different measurement techniques. Year 1: M4-M5: Development of a proper measurement protocol. Year 1: M6-M9: Design of the channel sounder.

8 Technical University of Cartagena (SPAIN) Research Group: Sistemas de Comunicaciones Móviles 8/14 Figure: Frequency domain channel sounder developed by PCT Figure: Time domain channel sounde developed by the UPCT Up to 8.5GHz 4x6 MIMO Frequency, large Dynamic Range Up to 6GHz 2x2 MIMO Real Time, Time Domain

9 Technical University of Cartagena (SPAIN) Research Group: Sistemas de Comunicaciones Móviles 9/14 Rhode ZVA67 4 ports Up tp 110GHz with upconverters!! Two amplifiers to be acquired (10880 in that concept) Two antennas to be acquired (12924 in that concept)

10 Technical University of Cartagena (SPAIN) Research Group: Sistemas de Comunicaciones Móviles 10/14 TITLE: Develop a Software to automatizate the measurements Description of work The aim of this activity is the implementation of an automatic measurement system at 60 GHz which is appropriate to indoor environments. A software tool will be programmed to make the measurement process faster, more accurate and easier. The work will consist of: Development of an automatic software to easily perform the measurements. Calibration of the set-up and validation with other similar results existing in the state-of-the-art. Deliverables: Measurement Software. Carrying out of tests in an anechoic chamber using this software. Milestones: Year 1: M4-M11: Measurement Software Software Already developed in UPCT and UPV

11 Technical University of Cartagena (SPAIN) Research Group: Sistemas de Comunicaciones Móviles 11/14 TITLE: Implemention of programmes to analyze the measurements Description of work In a measurement campaign, finding parameters to be measured is one of the most important tasks. These parameters such as power, delay profiles, angles of arrivals, angles of departure, polarization, etc. make possible to identify the different propagation mechanisms (reflection, diffraction, multiple diffraction, etc.) for every kind of environment (microcells, pico-cells, femto-cells). The aim of this activity is, firstly to identify the parameters, and secondly to develop a software that makes analysis of the measurements an easy process. The work will consist of: Once the parameters to be measured have been selected in task B.1, programme routines aimed at analyzing measurements in tasks C have to be developed. Deliverables: Election of the parameters to be measured. Development of proper software of analysis. Assessment of the software through comparison with data from technical literature. Extracting the parameters from reference scenarios such as an anechoic chamber. Milestones: Year 1: M8-M12: Carrying out of tests in an anechoic chamber with an analysis of the results. Software Already developed in UPCT: (Path Loss, RMS Delay Spread, SAGE, RiMax, Angular Spread, K Factor, XPD…)

12 Technical University of Cartagena (SPAIN) Research Group: Sistemas de Comunicaciones Móviles 12/14 TITLE: Measurement Campaign and analysis Description of work Once the measurement equipment is designed, configured and the measurement software finish, the different measurement campaigns can begin. Different measurement campaigns will be undertaken by using both our own antennas and antennas manufactured by the UGR, UPV and UPC, so that the most important parameters of the radio channel will be obtained. This activity will be executed in collaboration with the coordinator of the project (UPV). The work will consist of: Performance of a measurement campaign in microcells environments with commercial antennas. Performance of a measurement campaign in pico-cells environments with commercial antennas. Performance of a measurement campaign in femto-cells environments with commercial antennas. Performance of a measurement campaign in microcells environments with antennas designed by UPV, UGR and UPC. Performance of a measurement campaign in pico-cells environments with antennas designed by UPV, UGR and UPC. Performance of a measurement campaign in femto-cells environments with antennas designed by UPV, UGR and UPC. Calculation of the most important parameters in each of the mentioned environments. Deliverables: Data from measurements in a microcell scenario Data from measurements in a femtocell scenario Data from measurements in a picocell scenario Milestones: Year 2: M3-11 : Measurements of the wireless channel and calculation of the most relevant parameters in different environments using commercial antennas. Year 3: M1-M4 and Year 3: M9-12 : Measurements of the wireless channel and calculation of the most relevant parameters using the antennas developed by other institutions.

13 Technical University of Cartagena (SPAIN) Research Group: Sistemas de Comunicaciones Móviles 13/14 TITLE: Development of new 60 GHz propagation models Description of work This task can be divided into two steps. The first one deals with the literature review. Theoretical channel models developed in technical literature will be programmed, as well as those developed by the group previously but modifying the frequency band, since now the interest is at 60 GHz. The second part will be developing new channel models for every kind of environment have to be polished up for every antenna prototype supplied by the different collaborating universities. Also, the measurement campaigns will let up to optimize the propagation parameters of all models. The work will consist of: Development of deterministic models through the use of ray-tracing techniques. Development of stochastic models. Comparison of the results obtained through the measurements with the theoretical models. Creation of new theoretical-experimental propagation models at 60 GHz. Deliverables: A software tool which allows for simulating the channel response in different environments, both deterministic and stochastic. Adjustment of the developed propagation models in different environments. A new complete channel model at 60 GHz based on the measurements. Milestones: Year 1: M6-M12: Programming of deterministic and stochastic models. Year 2: M1-M6: Implementation of the software tool. Year 3: M1-M12: Adjustment of propagation models at 60 GHz and develop a new complete channel model at 60 GHz.

14 Technical University of Cartagena (SPAIN) Research Group: Sistemas de Comunicaciones Móviles 14/14 Once the channel sounder is ready, statistical analysis Ray Tracing 60 GHz, most important variation σ and ε

15 Technical University of Cartagena (SPAIN) Research Group: Sistemas de Comunicaciones Móviles 15/14 Jose Maria Molina García-Pardo (Main Researcher)JMMUPCT Leando Juan LlácerLJUPCT José Victor Rodríguez RodríguezJVRUPCT Juan Pascual GarcíaJPGUPCT Concepción García PardoCGPUPCT Domingo Pardo QuilesDPQUPCT José Antonio Solano PérezJASUPCT Group An FPI Student will be incorporated to the group.

16 Technical University of Cartagena (SPAIN) Research Group: Sistemas de Comunicaciones Móviles 16/14 Collaborations and Facilities - VNA in UPCT available for other partners -Antennas and Amplifiers also available for other partners -Collaboration with UPV in 21 and 24. At the moment UPV has send a Matlab Software for a Rhode VNA -Measurement Campaign with UPV -Willing to test other institutions antennas


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