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A Geometry-Based Stochastic Channel Model for High-Speed Railway Cutting Scenarios
The scattering issue within the channel model for a railway cutting - a person-created trough or valley that carries a railway at its base - that's applicable to high-speed railway is mentioned. The scattering elements are wealthy in cutting and can be modeled by a cluster to boost the accuracy and efficiency of the channel model, which is based upon geometry-based mostly stochastic channel modeling. The channel parameters are extracted from measurement information collected along the Zhengxi high-speed railway. The size of the cluster is decided by the structure of cutting and channel parameters, such as pathloss exponent and Ricean K factor. A constraint condition of the cluster size is derived based upon theoretical analysis and verified by measurement data.
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