Contributions to Books:

A. Chandra, A. Prokes, J. Blumenstein, P. Kukolev, J. Vychodil, T. Mikusalek, T. Zemen, C. Mecklenbräuker:
"Intra Vehicular Wireless Channel Measurements";
in: "European Project Space on Information and Communication Systems", C. Angot, O. Camp (ed.); SCITEPRESS - Science and Technology Publications, Lda., Angers, France, 2015, ISBN: 978-989-758-155-7, 3 - 27.

English abstract:
Intra vehicular communication is an emerging field of research due to its potential applications in safety of passengers, navigational and localization aids for driver, and multimedia infotainment. This chapter describes the wireless channel sounding activities performed inside a typical passenger car under the SoMoPro and the GACR projects. Three different channel sounding architectures are developed for the purpose, namely direct pulse based sounding, frequency domain sounding and pseudo noise sequence based time domain sounding. Experiments with different placements of transmitter and receiver antennas inside the car were performed for both the ultra-wide-band and millimeter wave band. Channel transfer functions and impulse responses extracted from all these measurement campaigns are utilized to construct several deterministic and statistical channel models. The models are useful for designing intra vehicular wireless links and for devising novel vehicular localization algorithms.

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