Modelling, Simulation and Capacity Analysis of Spatial Channel Models in MIMO SystemJournal: GRD Journal for Engineering (Vol.2, No. 5)
Publication Date: 2017-04-01
Authors : Nitika Sahni; Ravikant Sharma; Amita Verma;
Page : 145-149
Keywords : SCM; AMPS; FDMA; GPRS;
Future wireless communication systems will utilize the spatial properties of the wireless channel to improve the spectral efficiency and thus increase capacity. This is realized by deploying multiple antennas at both the transmitter and receiver. Due to the unpredictable nature of the wireless channel, a common approach is to model its effects statistically. A few large world-wide co operations, like the third generation partnership project (3GPP) have developed channel models intended for reference and standardization use. These models are partly based on some bulk parameters that describe the characteristics of the channel over larger areas of several wavelengths. Such parameters include shadow fading, angle spread, and delay spread, etc. In the spatial channel model (SCM) these large-scale parameters are assumed independently between separate links, i.e., channel modelling, propagation between different mobile and base stations. This paper focuses on investigation of MIMO system capacity using the Spatial Channel Model (SCM) and Channel Capacity, Spatial Autocorrelation for different channel environments, proposed by standardization bodies (3GPP-3GPP2) for third generation systems. This SCM offers three environments such as suburban macro-cell, urban macro-cell and urban micro-cell parameters are obtained by using MATLAB 7.12.0. Citation: Nitika Sahni, Green Hills Engineering College, Kumarhatti, Solan(H.P.); Ravikant Sharma ,Green Hills Engineering College, Kumarhatti, Solan(H.P.); Amita Verma ,Green Hills Engineering College, Kumarhatti, Solan(H.P.). "Modelling, Simulation and Capacity Analysis of Spatial Channel Models in MIMO System." Global Research and Development Journal For Engineering 25 2017: 145 - 149.
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