PROJECT TITLE :
Dense Urban Channel Measurements for Utility Pole Fixed Wireless Links
This radio channel measurement campaign characterizes the propagation conditions experienced in a very dense urban surroundings over mounted backhaul links between wireless devices that are mounted on utility or traffic light-weight poles. The measurements characterize the $two times one$ multiple-input/single-output (MISO) channel in the 2.forty five GHz band for both spatially separated omni antennas and cross-polarized directional antennas. Results presented include each small- and giant-scale channel statistics, antenna correlation coefficient values, and also the off-broadside rejection achieved with the directional antennas.
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