PROJECT TITLE :
Characterization of Quasi-Stationarity Regions for Vehicle-to-Vehicle Radio Channels
We tend to analyze the nonwide-sense-stationarity (non-WSS) of vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) radio channels using 3 metrics: 1) the correlation matrix distance (CMD); 2) the wideband spectral divergence (SD); and 3) the shadow fading correlation. The analysis relies on measurements meted out at five.3 GHz employing a MIMO system in suburban, urban, and underground parking areas. Many factors like the existence of a line-of-sight (LOS), the speed of cars, and the antenna array size and configuration are thought of within the analysis of non-WSS. It is found that quasi-stationarity region ranges from 3 to eighty m in numerous V2V situations, and is strongly tormented by the higher than factors. Based on the comparison of the equivalent quasi-stationarity region size estimated by the three metrics, it's advised to use SD and shadowing correlation metrics for systems with small electrical array apertures and to use CMD metric only for arrays with large electrical apertures.
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