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Comprehensive 3GPP-Compatible Channel Model for FR2-2 Short-Range Communications for Various Indoor Environments
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  • Yusuke Koda,
  • Norichika Ohmi,
  • Hiroaki Endo,
  • Hiroshi Harada
Yusuke Koda

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Norichika Ohmi
Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University
Hiroaki Endo
Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University
Hiroshi Harada
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This paper proposes a comprehensive 3GPPcnaompatible channel model with statistical enhancement tailored for indoor short-range device-to-device (D2D) communications operating in the frequency range (FR) of 52.6-71.0 GHz termed FR2-2. Regardless of the existence of various channel models at this band for indoor communications, there will be a need for developing a channel model compatible with and understandable from the current 3GPP stochastic channel model (SCM) to facilitate the discussion in the 3GPP for developing such FR2-2 short-range D2D communication framework based on the fifthgeneration (5G) new radio (NR). Indeed, such a futuristic vision can be foreseen from the fact that the 3GPP is discussing the evolution of sidelink, referred to as a D2D communication framework; however, there are no 3GPP SCM-compatible channel models applicable to FR2-2 short-range D2D communications. To fill this void, we propose the channel model coined 3GPPCompFR2-InS that allows us to generate channel impulse responses (CIR) for computer simulations, which is suitable for various indoor short-range D2D communication scenarios while retailing the similarity in terms of the implementation policy of the 3GPP SCM. 3GPPCompFR2-InS is verified based on the real-world measurements at the 60 GHz band from the viewpoint of both the validity of the channel model parameters and that of the statistical behavior of the generated CIRs.
02 Apr 2024Submitted to TechRxiv
02 Apr 2024Published in TechRxiv