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95 GHz Sub-THz Multipath Propagation Measurement for Indoor Conference Room Desktop
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  • Yusuke Koda ,
  • Norichika Ohmi ,
  • hiroaki endo ,
  • Hiroshi Harada
Yusuke Koda
Kyoto University

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This study conducts a wideband multi-path propagation measurement at the 95 GHz sub-terahertz band for short-range communication in a conference room desktop scenario. Regardless of the fact that the current 3rd generation partnership (3GPP) stochastic channel model (SCM) targets the frequency up to 100 GHz for various scenarios, neither detailed measurements at the 95 GHz band nor a compatible channel modeling/generation framework for indoor short-range communication scenarios have been conducted. To fill these voids, based on a real-world measurement at 95 GHz with a bandwidth of 4 GHz, this study analyzes the multi-path propagation characteristics and yields the following insights for developing a 3GPP SCM-compatible channel generation framework at this band. First, the exponential power decay with delay time and quasi-uniform azimuth angles of arrival (AAoAs) are observed, which should be revisited to develop a channel generation framework. Secondly, distribution models for root mean squared (RMS) delay/AAoA spreads and omnidirectional path loss model are derived, which serves as a foundation for developing a channel generation framework at this band. Moreover, these established models are compared with the recently conducted measurement results at the 60 GHz band in the same scenario, shedding light on the hypothesis that the models for these parameters at the 60 GHz can be generalized for the 95 GHz band.
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