Technical Program

340: Indoor Propagation Channels for Wireless Communications

Session Type: Oral
Time: Wednesday, July 9, 13:20 - 17:20
Location: Chickasaw
Session Chair: Alenka Zajic, Georgia Institute of Technology
 
340.1: GAME ENGINES RAY-TRACING MODELS FOR INDOOR CHANNEL MODELING
         Andres Navarro; Universidad Icesi, Colombia
         Dinael Guevara; Universidad Francisco de Paula Santander, Colombia
         Narcis Cardona; Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
 
340.2: CALCULATION TOOL FOR OPTIMAL WIRELESS DESIGN AND MINIMAL INSTALLATION COST OF INDOOR WIRELESS LANS
         David Plets; iMinds/Ghent University, Belgium
         Niels Machtelinckx; -, Belgium
         Kris Vanhecke; iMinds/Ghent University, Belgium
         Jan Van Ooteghem; iMinds/Ghent University, Belgium
         Koen Casier; iMinds/Ghent University, Belgium
         Mario Pickavet; iMinds/Ghent University, Belgium
         Wout Joseph; iMinds/Ghent University, Belgium
         Luc Martens; iMinds/Ghent University, Belgium
 
340.3: NARROW-BAND INDOOR LOCALIZATION IN COGNITIVE RADIO NETWORKS USING COMPRESSED SENSING
         Artur Nalobin; Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
         Ilona Rolfes; Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
 
340.4: INDOOR MULTIPATH CHANNEL MEASUREMENT AT 60 GHZ
         Mohammad Fakharzadeh; Peraso Technologies, Canada
         Saman Jafarlou; Peraso Technologies, Canada
         Arash Tabibiazar; Peraso Technologies, Canada
 
340.5: MEASUREMENT-BASED ANALYSIS OF DOPPLER CHARACTERISTICS FOR ULTRA-WIDEBAND RADIO CHANNELS IN AN OFFICE ENVIRONMENT
         Brecht Hanssens; Ghent University, Belgium
         Emmeric Tanghe; Ghent University, Belgium
         Luc Martens; Ghent University, Belgium
         Wout Joseph; Ghent University, Belgium
         Claude Oestges; Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
 
340.6: D-BAND INDOOR PATH LOSS MEASUREMENTS
         Wasif Khan; Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
         Seunghwan Kim; Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
         Alenka Zajic; Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
         John Papapolymerou; Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
 
340.7: A PATH LOSS MODEL FOR 300-GHZ WIRELESS CHANNELS
         Seunghwan Kim; Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
         Alenka Zajic; Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
 
340.8: AN ALGORITHM FOR OPTIMAL NETWORK PLANNING AND FREQUENCY CHANNEL ASSIGNMENT IN INDOOR WLANS
         Ning Liu; WiCa, Ghent University, Belgium
         David Plets; WiCa, Ghent University, Belgium
         Wout Joseph; WiCa, Ghent University, Belgium
         Luc Martens; WiCa, Ghent University, Belgium
 
340.9: MICROWAVE PROPAGATION CHARACTERIZATION IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINE COMPARTMENT FOR WIRELESS HARNESS COMMUNICATIONS
         Masataka Ohira; Saitama University, Japan
         Susumu Ano; ATR Wave Engineering Laboratories, Japan
         Shoichi Kitazawa; ATR Wave Engineering Laboratories, Japan
         Hiroshi Ban; ATR Wave Engineering Laboratories, Japan
         Naoya Kukutsu; ATR Wave Engineering Laboratories, Japan
         Kiyoshi Kobayashi; ATR Wave Engineering Laboratories, Japan
 
340.10: EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC REVERBERATION IN THE UWB BANDS
         Aliou Bamba; Ghent University/iMinds, Belgium
         Wout Joseph; Ghent University/iMinds, Belgium
         Emmeric Tanghe; Ghent University/iMinds, Belgium
         Luc Martens; Ghent University/iMinds, Belgium
         Davy Gaillot; University of Lille, France
         Martine Lienard; University of Lille, France
         Jose-Maria Molina-Garcia-Pardo; Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena, Spain
         Maria-Teresa Martinez-ingles; Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena, Spain
 
340.11: PROPAGATION CHARACTERISTICS OF THE FULL-DUPLEX SELF-INTERFERENCE CHANNEL FOR THE INDOOR ENVIRONMENT AT 2.6 GHZ
         Xiangyu Wu; University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
         Ying Shen; University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
         Youxi Tang; University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China