A Geometry-Based Stochastic Channel Model for the Millimeter-Wave Band in a 3GPP High-Speed Train Scenario

This paper presents a geometry-based stochastic channel model (GSCM) for a 3GPP millimeter-wave (mmWave) high-speed train (HST) scenario. An important demand of the mmWave HST channel model is the spatial consistency during movement. In order to meet this requirement, the environment pattern containing the most effective geometry information is proposed, which is useful for generating an integral and accurate channel geometry. Since the measurement of a mmWave channel is deficient for high mobility, the proposed channel model is developed using a ray-tracing (RT) simulator that is validated with the channel measurements performed in the HST scenario at 93.2 GHz. The paper gives a full parameterization for the proposed model and its implementation for channel simulation. The verification is made through a comparison of the proposed model and the measurement-validated RT simulations in terms of the power delay profile, the Ricean K-factor, and the second-order statistics for the delay and angle domains. Finally, for the design of mmWave HST communication systems, the time-varying channel characteristics are evaluated in the delay and Doppler domains.

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  • Accession Number: 01674151
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: May 17 2018 12:42PM