Rain-induced bistatic scattering at 60 GHz
Watson, R., van der Zanden, H. T. and Herben, M., 2009. Rain-induced bistatic scattering at 60 GHz. In: EuCAP 2009: 3rd European Conference on Antennas and Propagation. New York: IEEE, pp. 2551-2555.
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The 60 GHz oxygen absorption band has been of particular interest in recent years for short-hop links between buildings in dense urban environments. The high oxygen attenuation in this band, typically in the range 12-16 dB km(-1), limits its practical use for longer links and for Earth-space communications. However, the high attenuation results in very short frequency-reuse distances making these systems extremely well suited for high link-density deployments. However when rain falls on a link it may act as a coupling mechanism causing interference on adjacent line-of-sight links. In this paper we study the effects of rain-induced bistatic scattering on 60 GHz links and its potential impact on link planning and assignment.
|Item Type||Book Sections|
|Creators||Watson, R., van der Zanden, H. T. and Herben, M.|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Electronic & Electrical Engineering|
|Additional Information||3rd European Conference on Antennas and Propagation. 23-27 March 2009. Berlin, Germany.|
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