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Using the Amplitude Variation of a Reverberation Chamber Channel to Predict the Synchronization of a Wireless Digital Communication Test System

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Author(s)

Ray R. Tanuhardja, Luis A. Gonzalez, Chih-Ming Wang, William F. Young, Kate Remley

Abstract

This contribution discusses the use of a metric based on the amplitude variation of a channel in the signal bandwidth to predict whether or not a digital wireless communication test system receiver will be able to demodulate a test signal. This metric is compared to another consisting of the correlation calculated across the channel. A logistic regression analysis is used to provide a normalized assessment of the effectiveness of each metric as a predictive tool. It is shown that both metrics provide similar predictive capabilities, with the peak-to-minimum being significantly easier to calculate.
Proceedings Title
Joint IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility and EMC Europe, Dresden 2015
Conference Dates
August 16-22, 2015
Conference Location
Dresden, DE

Keywords

coherence bandwidth, correlation bandwidth, over-the-air measurement, reverberation chamber, wireless channel, wireless communication test system

Citation

Tanuhardja, R. , Gonzalez, L. , Wang, C. , Young, W. and Remley, K. (2015), Using the Amplitude Variation of a Reverberation Chamber Channel to Predict the Synchronization of a Wireless Digital Communication Test System, Joint IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility and EMC Europe, Dresden 2015, Dresden, DE, [online], https://doi.org/10.1109/ISEMC.2015.7256153, https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=917958 (Accessed April 22, 2024)
Created August 15, 2015, Updated October 12, 2021