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Channel Sounder Measurement Verification: Conducted Tests

Author(s)
Jeanne T. Quimby, Jeffrey A. Jargon, Rodney W. Leonhardt, Jake D. Rezac, Paul D. Hale, Catherine A. Remley, Amanda A. Koepke, Robert Johnk, chriss Hammerschmidt, Paul Mckenna, Irena Stange, Mike Chang
Channel modeling often provides a basis for the design and deployment of wireless technology. Engineers design systems to operate under certain expected channel

Millimeter-Wave Highly-Multipath Channel Measurements

Author(s)
Alec J. Weiss, Joshua M. Kast, Robert D. Jones, Jeanne T. Quimby, Rodney W. Leonhardt, Benjamin F. Jamroz, Peter G. Vouras, Dylan F. Williams, Catherine A. Remley
We provide the frequency response of a high multipath propagation channel using a narrow beamwidth synthetic aperture measurement technique from 26.5 – 40 GHz.

Wireless Channel Model Development Across the Product Life Cycle

Author(s)
David Michelson, Camillo A. Gentile, Nada T. Golmie, Jeanne T. Quimby, Catherine A. Remley, Ken Gracie, Yvo de Jong
Wireless channel models play a critical role at all stages of the product life cycle, from standards development to network deployment. However, the distinctive

Interlaboratory Millimeter-Wave Channel Sounder Verification

Author(s)
Jeanne T. Quimby, David G. Michelson, Mustapha Bennai, Catherine A. Remley, Joshua M. Kast, Alec J. Weiss
The channel sounder verification program within the National Institute of Standards and Technology-coordinated 5G mmWave Channel Model Alliance aims to place

Let’s Keep Women in Microwaves

Author(s)
Catherine A. Remley
This is a column for the "Women in Microwaves" affinity group of the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society, to be published in IEEE Microwave Magazine

EMC and Metrology Challenges for 5G and Beyond

Author(s)
Perry F. Wilson, Catherine A. Remley, William F. Young, Camillo A. Gentile, John M. Ladbury, Dylan F. Williams
The potential to connect people and devices anywhere and anytime is driving the development and deployment of a multitude of wireless systems. Wireless

Millimeter-Wave Channel Measurement and Modeling: A NIST Perspective

Author(s)
Camillo A. Gentile, Peter B. Papazian, Nada T. Golmie, Catherine A. Remley, Peter G. Vouras, Jelena Senic, Jian Wang, Jack Chuang, Ruoyu Sun
The exponential increase in wireless data transmission from smartphones has led to the saturation of the sub-6-GHz bands, forcing cellular providers to migrate

Millimeter-Wave Propagation Channels vs. Synthetic Beamwidth

Author(s)
Roy Sun, Camillo A. Gentile, Jelena Senic, Peter G. Vouras, Peter B. Papazian, Nada T. Golmie, Catherine A. Remley
High-gain narrow-beam antennas or beamformed antenna arrays will likely be used in millimeter- wave (mmWave) bands and 5G to mitigate the high path loss. Since

Correlation-Based Uncertainty in Loaded Reverberation Chambers

Author(s)
Maria G. Becker, Michael R. Frey, Sarah B. Streett, Catherine A. Remley, Robert D. Horansky, Damir Senic
When reverberation chambers are loaded to increase the coherence bandwidth for modulated-signal measurements, a secondary effect is decreased spatial uniformity

Guide to Industrial Wireless Systems Deployments

Author(s)
Richard Candell, Mohamed T. Hany, Kang B. Lee, Yongkang Liu, Jeanne T. Quimby, Catherine A. Remley
This document is intended to be a practical guide used by engineers and managers facilitating them to go through the process of defining the objectives of their

Bringing Precision to 5G Test: Activities in the U.S.

Author(s)
Catherine A. Remley, Maria G. Becker
(Workshop Abstract) The next generation (5G) network won’t just deliver much faster connection and higher data capacity. It also promises to provide reliable