5G multi-antenna vehicle scattering characterization
Tutor / director / evaluatorJofre Roca, Lluís
Document typeMaster thesis
Rights access12 months embargo (embargoed until 2020-07-04T09:47:29Z)
In today's era of internet, everything is tending to be intelligent enough to be managed by itself. Following the same line, vehicles are more than vehicular machines. They are tending to be autonomously driven, able to communicate, and gather huge amount of data. For this purpose, vehicles of tomorrow should incorporate technology to be able to handle these requirements. Not only the internal communication, external communication is critical and vital to adapt vehicles in this sophisticated environment of autonomous driving. Connecting the vehicle to the present huge infrastructure is an important and also an interesting challenge. The main objective of this thesis is to validate a newer approach to study the characterization of scattering of an antenna in the presence of a supporting vehicle. This objective is addressed with the base of Radio Frequency (RF) imaging technique for some potential bands of Fifth Generation Wireless Communication Technology (5G). studies are done for different scenarios to validate the proposal.
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