A non-stationary MIMO vehicle-to-vehicle channel model based on the geometrical T-junction model
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Original versionChelli, A., & Pätzold, M. (2009). A non-stationary MIMO vehicle-to-vehicle channel model based on the geometrical T-junction model. Paper presented at the Wireless Communications & Signal Processing, 2009. WCSP 2009. International Conference on, Nanjing.
In this paper, we derive a non-stationary multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) channel model from the geometrical T-junction model. The propagation environment is assumed to be extremely non-isotropic. The proposed channel model takes into account double-bounce scattering from fixed scatterers. Due to the movement of the transmitter and the receiver, the angles of departure (AoD) and the angles of arrival (AoA) are time-variant, which makes our model non-stationary. In order to study the statistical properties of the proposed channel model, we make use of the Choi-Williams distribution. Analytical solutions are provided for the generalized local autocorrelation function (ACF), the time-frequency distribution, and the local space cross-correlation function (CCF). The proposed channel model is very useful for the design and analysis of future MIMO V2V communication systems.
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