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Experimental Characterization of Radio Channel in Ruins Environment

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This letter addresses the fading statistics of a radio propagation channel in an exceedingly ruins surroundings, that is of important importance for a pedestrian localization system primarily based on cellphone signals. The channel of ruins is investigated in eight typical rescue scenarios at 2 common mobile communication bands (900 MHz and 1.eight GHz). To characterize the channel, an empirical path loss model is parameterized through experiments. Based mostly on extensive measurements, giant-scale fading characteristics at totally different polarizations and various antenna heights are examined and analyzed. Furthermore, the properties of tiny-scale fading including coherence bandwidth, decorrelation distance, and distance-dependent features are studied during this work. The results reported here can be applied to simulate the ruins channel and design the rescue system.


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