We reduced the parameters of the Quasi-Deterministic channel propagation model, recently adopted by the IEEE 802.11ay task group for next-generation Wi-Fi at millimeter-wave, from measurements collected in an urban environment with our 28 GHz switched-array channel sounder. We extended the clustering of channel rays from the conventional delay and angle domains to the location domain of the receiver, over which the measurements were collected. By comparing channel realizations from the model to realizations from a leading commercial ray-tracer, we demonstrated that the model effects no detriment to accuracy while maintaining the benefit of significantly reduced complexity.
More details about quasi-deterministic channel model and simulator can be found in the references below:
 N. Varshney, J. Wang, C. Lai, C. Gentile, R. Charbonnier, and Y. Corre, “Quasi-Deterministic Channel Propagation Model for an Urban Environment at 28 GHz,” IEEE Antenna and Wireless Propagation Letters, vol. 20:7, pp. 1145-1149, April 2021. https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9406345
 C. Gentile, P. B. Papazian, R. Sun, J. Senic, J. Wang, “Quasi-Deterministic Channel Model Parameters for a Data Center at 60 GHz,” IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, vol. 17:5, pp. 808-812, May 2018. https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8319437
 J. Wang, C. Gentile, P.B. Papazian, J.K. Choi, and J. Senic, “Quasi-Deterministic Model for Doppler Spread in Millimeter-Wave Communication Systems,” IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, vol. 16, pp. 2195-2198, May 2017. https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7931542
 A quasi-deterministic channel implementation in MATLAB software: https://github.com/wigig-tools/qd-realization