A Multi-mode Waveguide Tunnel Channel Model for High-Speed Train Wireless Communication Systems
The recent development of high-speed trains (HSTs) introduces new challenges to wireless communication systems for HSTs. For demonstrating the feasibility of these systems, accurate channel models which can mimic key characteristics of HST wireless channels are essential. In this paper, we focus on HST channel models for the tunnel scenario, which is different from other HST channel environments, such as rural area and viaducts. Considering unique characteristics of tunnel channel environments, we extend the existing multi-mode waveguide tunnel channel model to be time dependent, obtain the channel impulse responses and then further investigate the certain key tunnel channel characteristics such as temporal autocorrelation function (ACF) and power spectrum density (PSD). The impact of time on ACFs and PSDs, and the impact of frequency on the received power are revealed via numerical results.
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Citation : Liu, Y., Wang, C.X., Ghazal, A., Wu, S. and Zhang, W., 2015, May. A multi-mode waveguide tunnel channel model for high-speed train wireless communication systems. In Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP), 2015 9th European Conference on (pp. 1-5). IEEE.
ISSN : 2164-3342
Peer Reviewed : Yes