Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

A. Paier, T. Zemen, J. Karedal, Niki Czink, C. Dumard, F. Tufvesson, C. Mecklenbräuker, A. F. Molisch:
"Spatial Diversity and Spatial Correlation Evaluation of Measured Vehicle-to-Vehicle Radio Channels at 5.2 GHz";
Talk: 7th COST 2100 Management Committee Meeting, Braunschweig, Deutschland; 02-16-2009 - 02-18-2009; in: "Proceeding 7th COST2100 Management Committee Meeting", (2009), Paper ID TD(09)751, 7 pages.

English abstract:
In this contribution, we estimate the spatial diversity order
and spatial correlations from channel sounder measurements
of doubly-selective vehicle-to-vehicle MIMO radio channels
in the 5.2 GHz band. Ivrlac and Nossek [1] have defined a
diversity measure for MIMO Rayleigh fading channels which
is based on the spatial correlations of the channel. Subsequently,
Nabar et al. [2] have shown the existence of an SNRdependent
critical rate for Rician fading MIMO channels below
which reliable transmission with zero outage is achievable.
Here, we evaluate and discuss the temporal evolution
of the spatial diversity order of doubly-selective vehicle-tovehicle
MIMO radio channels from real-world measurements
by extending [1] and [2] to time-variant channels.

MIMO channel measurements, V2V channel measurements, spatial correlation, spatial diversity

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