Correlation-Based Spatial Channel Modeling

A Spirent White Paper

Fading Basics white paper cover

Recently, correlation-based spatial channel models have become popular because of their simple mathematical form and ease of modeling.

Correlation-based spatial channel modeling refers to the use of filtered complex Gaussian noise samples to obtain independent temporal fading sequences. These are spatially correlated with a correlation matrix. A complete Spatio-Temporal fading model is defined by this technique.

  • Path Characteristics
  • Doppler considerations
  • Spatial Correlation
  • Frequency Selectivity
  • Channel Modeling
  • Generating Spatially Correlated Channels
  • Correlation-Based Spatial Channel Models with Narrow Angle Spread

There are two more White Papers in this series available for download:

Fading Basics—Narrow Band, Wide Band and Spatial Channels

Path-Based Spatial Channel Modeling


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