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  • Dispersion and Pulse Interferences Investigation for UWB Signal Propagation

    The Ultra WideBand (UWB) technology utilizing nanosecond pulses has been one of the main phenomena in communications and radar applications for several years. This paper discusses the basic measurement techniques of impulse systems, particularly focusing on the dispersion and pulse interferences of the UWB propagation channel. Propagation aspects of two-ray approach are investigated in depth, using both measurements and simulations.

    Artificial Neural Network Utilization for FSO Link Performance Estimation

    This paper describes FSO link performance prediction based on available meteorological data using different Artificial Neural Network (ANN) approaches. Several types of ANNs were compared and their performance were evaluated. The paper introduces an ANN application utilizing real delayed data. This approach has been validated to be more precise than common feed-forward neural networks.

    Short-term Prediction and Detection of Dynamic Atmospheric Effects by Microwave Radiometer

    Specific utilization of a microwave radiometer for online monitoring, detection and, especially, prediction of particular dynamic atmospheric effects such as precipitation and cloudiness is proposed in the paper. The ground-based microwave radiometer and meteorological stations were incorporated into the measurement campaign in order to observe actual brightness temperature changes. The characteristics of atmospheric parameters recorded over a period of 14 months were evaluated and new applic...

    Elliptic and Hyperbolic Dielectric Lens Antennas in mm-Waves

    Dielectric lenses can substantially improve antenna parameters, especially the planarity of radiated waves and the antenna gain. The paper deals with their application in millimeter-wave band. The main goal concerns the introduction of characteristics and differences between the most commonly used types of dielectric lens antennas, i.e. elliptic and hyperbolic. Their particular features as well as behavior of radiating systems incorporating the lenses are investigated. Specific features of th...

    Indoor Propagation Measurement for WLAN Systems Operating in 2.45 GHz ISM Band

    For a planning of indoor Wireless LAN systems working in the ISM band, the signal propagation prediction is needed. In this article, the measurement campaign based on two types of measurements at 2.45 GHz is introduced. The first type of the measurement was a classical narrowband signal level measurement within indoor scenario without presence of people. The aim of this measurement was to find empirical parameters for COST231 Multi-Wall and One-Slope models. In order to statistically describe...

    Visible Light Communications towards 5G

    5G networks have to offer extremely high capacity for novel streaming applications. One of the most promising approaches is to embed large numbers of co-operating small cells into the macro-cell coverage area. Alternatively, optical wireless based technologies can be adopted as an alternative physical layer offering higher data rates. Visible light communications (VLC) is an emerging technology for future high capacity communication links (it has been accepted to 5GPP) in the visible range of...

    Correction of Thermal Deviations of Fabry-Perot Resonator Based Measurements of Specific Gases in Millimeter Wave Bands

    Due to the thermal expansivity of the material used in the Fabry-Perot resonator mirrors, the resonator cavity length can change and this might therefore have an impact on the resonant frequency during high-resolution spectroscopy measurements. Based on measurements and simulations, this paper discusses the influences of temperature on the precise determination of gas attenuation measured in a Fabry-Perot resonator. Several measures to mitigate such influence and to correct the measured resul...

    Results of Indoor Propagation Measurement Campaign at 1900 MHz

    For the design of indoor picocellular systems in the frequency band of 1800/2100 MHz, a signal propagation modelling is needed. Empirical and semi-empirical models represent an efficient approach to the coverage prediction. For these models, suitable empirical parameters must be provided. The indoor propagation measurement campaign in the frequency range of 1900 MHz was carried out in several multi-floored buildings in Prague and Brno . For the campaign a special portable measurement system w...

    A Study of Gas and Rain Propagation Effects at 48 GHz for HAP Scenarios

    The atmosphere and rainfall significantly limit the performance of millimeter wave links and this has to be taken into account, particularly, during planning of high altitude platform (HAP) networks. This paper presents results from the measurement and simulation of these phenomena. A simulation tool from our previous analyses of terrestrial point-to-multipoint systems has been modified for HAP systems. Based on a rainfall radar database and gas attenuation characteristics as measured by a Fa...

    Wireless LAN Network Design: Site Survey or Propagation Modeling?

    There are two basic ways to deploy wireless LAN access points in an indoor scenario: manual deployment using a site survey based on empirical measurements or planning using a software tool with built-in signal propagation models. In this paper advantages and disadvantages of both ways are discussed. The planning based on propagation modeling is recognized as a highly preferable approach for design of large WLANs. Experimental data in this paper were processed in MATLAB.
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