On-Body Diversity Channel Characterization

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On-Body Diversity Channel Characterization. / Khan, I; Nechayev, Yuriy; Hall, Peter.

In: IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Vol. 58, No. 2, 01.02.2010, p. 573-580.

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abstract = "Statistical analysis of the on-body diversity combined and branch signals are presented. The distribution of short-term fading envelopes of the branch and combined signals show that the fading environment for the on-body channels is Rician. The long-term fading best fits the Log-Normal distribution. The average best fit parameters are presented for short-term and long-term fading envelopes of the branch and combined signals. The Doppler spectra are also presented. Three different types of antennas were used and two on-body channels were characterized at 2.45, 5.8, and 10 GHz.",
keywords = "on-body channels, diversity, fading channels, doppler frequency shift, Channel characterization",
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