RMS delay spread in indoor LOS environments at 5.2 GHz

RMS delay spread in indoor LOS environments at 5.2 GHz

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Measurements and modelling of RMS delay spread (RDS) in indoor line-of-sight (LOS) conditions at HIPERLAN/U-NII frequencies (5.2 GHz) with omni-directional antennas show that the maximum RDS in a room is dependent on the dimensions of the room and the reflection coefficient of the walls. Furthermore, in a given room, RDS increases with distance from the transmitter up to a maximum value and plateaus at this maximum over a large part of the room.


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