Wideband Parameters Analysis and Validation for Indoor radio Channel at 60/70/80GHz for Gigabit Wireless Communication employing Isotropic, Horn and Omni directional Antenna

E. Affum, E. T. Tchao, K. Diawuo, K. Agyekum

Recently, applications of millimeter (mm) waves for high-speed broadband wireless local area network communication systems in indoor environment are increasingly gaining recognition as it provides gigabit-speed wireless communications with carrier-class performances over distances of a mile or more due to spectrum availability and wider bandwidth requirements. Collectively referred to as E-Band, the millimeter wave wireless technology present the potential to offer bandwidth delivery comparable to that of fiber optic, but without the financial and logistic challenges of deploying fiber. This paper investigates the wideband parameters using the ray tracing technique for indoor propagation systems with rms delay spread for Omnidirectional and Horn Antennas for Bent Tunnel at 80GHz. The results obtained were 2.03 and 1.95 respectively, besides, the normalized received power with 0:55fix10^8 excess delay at 70GHz for Isotropic Antenna was at 0.97.

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