Workshop Program

Workshop Schedule
02:00 PM 3:30 PM

Channel Modelling I

David G. Michelson (University of British Columbia, Canada)

 

(Opening remarks + 5 papers)

 

Opening Remarks

David G. Michelson (University of British Columbia, Canada)

Kate Remley and Nada Golmie (NIST, USA)

 

Virtual antenna arrays methodology for outdoor millimeter-wave channel measurements

Alexander Maltsev, Andrey Pudeyev (Intel, Russia), Wilhelm Keusgen, Richard J. Weiler, Michael Peter (Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute, Germany) and Ilya Bolotin (Intel, Russia)

 

An Analysis of Unified SU-MIMO Channel Model for mmWave Communications

Alphan Sahin, Hanqing Lou, Li Hsiang Sun and Rui Yang (InterDigital, USA)

 

Pathloss Models for Indoor Hotspot Deployment at 83.5 GHz

Camillo Gentile, Jelena Senic, Peter Papazian, Jae-Kark Choi and Kate A. Remley (NIST, USA)

 

Measurement-Based Stochastic mmWave Channel Modeling

Anders Landström, Jaap van de Beek (Luleå University of Technology, Sweden) and Arne Simonsson, Magnus Thurfjell and Peter Ökvist (Ericsson, Sweden)

 

Beamspace MIMO Channel Modeling and Measurement: Methodology and Results at 28 GHz

Akbar Sayeed and John Brady (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA)

 

03:30 PM - 04:00 PM

Break

 

04:00 PM - 05:30 PM

Channel Modelling II

Akbar Sayeed (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA)

 

(4 papers + open discussion)

 

Preliminary 5G Suburban Micro (SMi) Channel Model for Different Foliage Conditions

Timothy A. Thomas (Nokia, USA), Marcin Rybakowski and Pawel Krysiak (Nokia, Poland)

 

The Fluctuating Two-Ray Fading Model: A Statistical Small-Scale Fading Model for mmWave Communications

Juan M. Romero-Jerez, Francisco Javier Lopez-Martinez, Jose Francisco Paris (Universidad de Malaga, Spain) and Andrea Goldsmith (Stanford University, USA)

 

 

 

Instantaneous Direction of Arrival Measurements in Mobile Radio Channels Using Virtual Circular Array

Hung-Anh Nguyen and Wilhelm Keusgen (Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute, Germany) and Taro Eichler (Rohde and Schwarz, Germany)

 

Characterization of Multipath Persistence in Device-to-Device Scenarios at 30 GHz

Badrun Naher Liya and David G Michelson (University of British Columbia, Canada)

 

Open Discussion Next Steps

Akbar Sayeed (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA)


Location & Date
Washington, DC, USA
December 4, 2016

Important Dates 
Paper Submission: July 1, 2016

Paper Acceptance: 
September 1, 2016


Registration & Travel
The workshop will be collocated with the IEEE GLOBECOM 2016, which takes place in Washington, DC, USA.

Detailed information can be found on the GLOBECOM website:



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