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Angle- and Delay-Dispersion Characteristics in a Hallway and Lobby at 60 GHz



Roy Sun, Peter B. Papazian, Jelena Senic, Camillo A. Gentile, Catherine A. Remley


In this paper, we present results from measurement data collected in a hallway and lobby up to 33 meters in line-of-sight and non-line-of-sight conditions. The data was collected using a custom double-directional 60 GHz channel sounder. By tracking the angle-of-departure and angle- of-arrival of the strongest path, regions with a direct path as well as single-, double- and triple-bounce paths are identified. This was validated against the geometry of the hallway. In addition, power angle- and delay- profiles are presented as well as complementary root-mean- square angle and delay spreads. The root-mean-square delay spread was characterized with variable beamwidth using a synthetic antenna pattern applied in post processing.
Proceedings Title
12th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation
Conference Dates
April 9-13, 2018
Conference Location


millimeter-wave wireless, multiple-input-multiple-output antenna array, phased-array antenna, propagation channel, measurement, wireless systems


Sun, R. , Papazian, P. , Senic, J. , Gentile, C. and Remley, C. (2018), Angle- and Delay-Dispersion Characteristics in a Hallway and Lobby at 60 GHz, 12th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, London, -1, [online], (Accessed May 22, 2024)


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Created April 8, 2018, Updated October 22, 2020