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Temporal Exemplar Channels in High-Multipath Environments

May 24, 2021
Mohamed Hany, Peter Vouras, Rob Jones, Rick Candell, Kate Remley
Industrial wireless plays a crucial role in cyber-physical system (CPS) advances for the future vision of smart manufacturing. However, industrial wireless environments are different from each other and are different from home and office environments

A Collaborative Robot Work-Cell Testbed for Industrial Wireless Communications

May 19, 2021
Yongkang Liu, Mohamed Hany, Karl Montgomery, Rick Candell
We propose a new testbed for assessing the performance of wireless techniques in support of industrial operations. We developed a collaborative robot work-cell manufacturing scenario as the emulated cyber-physical system (CPS) model. Specifically, data

Timing Offset and Timing Stability for Dual-Clock Systems

May 4, 2021
Joshua Kast, Jeanne Quimby, Jake Rezac, Stefania Romisch
In this work, we describe a mathematical framework for evaluating timing offset and timing noise in channel sounders, based on a second-order deterministic model, and a stochastic metric based on the Allan Deviation. Using this framework, we analyze the

Measurement Challenges for Spectrum Sensing in Communication Networks

April 27, 2021
Dan Kuester, Yao Ma, Dazhen Gu, Adam Wunderlich, Jason Coder, Joseph R. Mruk
We summarize a few key spectrum sensing measurement challenges and recent advances. Laboratory tests of sensing are complicated by their inseparable and often imbedded role in modern hardware. Results are difficult to calibrate because physical parameters

Quasi-Deterministic Channel Propagation Model for an Urban Environment at 28 GHz

April 16, 2021
Neeraj Varshney, Jian Wang, Chiehping Lai, Camillo Gentile
We reduced 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 directional

Characterizing LTE User Equipment Emissions Under Closed-Loop Power Control

April 6, 2021
Jason Coder, Aric Sanders, Michael R. Frey, Adam Wunderlich, Azizollah Kord, Jolene Splett, Lucas N. Koepke, Daniel Kuester, Duncan McGillivray, John M. Ladbury
This report presents a laboratory-based characterization of Long Term Evolution (LTE) User Equipment (UE) emissions under closed-loop power control, building on our prior work (NIST TN 2069), which assessed the impact of a large number of factors affecting

A Preliminary Study on Uncertainty of NB-IoT Measurements in Reverberation Chambers

March 28, 2021
Anouk Hubrechsen, Vincent T. Neylon, Kate Remley, Rob Jones, Rob Horansky, Laurens A. Bronckers
New protocols related to internet-of-things applications may introduce previously unnoticed measurement effects due to the narrowband nature of these protocols. Such technologies also require less loading to meet the coherence bandwidth conditions, which

Evaluation of Timers Related to ProSe-based UE-to-Network Relays

March 24, 2021
Aziza Ben Mosbah, Samantha Gamboa Quintiliani, Richard A. Rouil
User Equipment (UE)-to-Network Relay functionality was introduced in Release 13 of the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) Long Term Evolution (LTE) to extend and improve user connectivity using the sidelink (SL) channels. The UE-to-Network Relay

Geometrical-Empirical Channel Propagation Model for Human Presence at 60 GHz

March 2, 2021
Camillo Gentile, Anmol Bhardwaj, Derek Caudill, Peter B. Papazian, Jack Chuang, David Michelson
Previous efforts to develop simulation and/or measurement-based channel propagation models for the effect of human blockage on millimeter-wave communication systems have yielded important results, but lack either accuracy, generality, or simplicity. To

AWS-3 LTE Impacts on Aeronautical Mobile Telemetry

February 25, 2021
William F. Young, Duncan McGillivray, Adam Wunderlich, Mark Krangle, Jack Sklar, Aric Sanders, Keith Forsyth, Mark A. Lofquist, Dan Kuester
This technical report details an effort to design, demonstrate, and validate a test methodology to measure the impacts of Long Term Evolution (LTE) User Equipment (UE) emissions in the advanced wireless services 3 (AWS-3) band on aeronautical mobile

NB-IoT Devices in Reverberation Chambers: A Comprehensive Uncertainty Analysis

February 17, 2021
Catherine Remley, Anouk Hubrechsen, Robert Jones, Robert Horansky, Vincent Neylon, Laurens A. Bronckers
New protocols related to internet-of-things applications may introduce previously unnoticed measurement effects in reverberation chambers due to the narrowband nature of these protocols. Such technologies also require less loading to meet the coherence

Wireless User Requirements for the Factory Workcell

February 8, 2021
Karl Montgomery, Richard Candell, Mohamed Hany, Yongkang Liu
Wireless communication is becoming crucial to advanced manufacturing. Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing depend on networked industrial automation systems. The term Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has been used to describe the deployment of

Deterministic Move Lists for Federal Incumbent Protection in the CBRS Band

October 13, 2020
Michael R. Souryal, Thao T. Nguyen
The 3.5 GHz citizens broadband radio service (CBRS) band in the U.S. is a key portion of mid- band spectrum shared between commercial operators and existing federal and non-federal incumbents in the band. To protect the federal incumbents from harmful

A Case Study of Medical Device Wireless Coexistence Evaluation

October 1, 2020
Mohamed Al-Kalaa, Joshua Guag, Seth Seidman, Yao Ma, Jason Coder
This article aims to provide a narrative for addressing wireless coexistence in medical devices to help medical device developers, test engineers, and regulatory affairs personnel throughout the device life cycle. Accordingly, we present a case-study
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