Bachelor of Science In Electronic And Telecommunication Engineering

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Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering


Millimeter-wave (mmWave) technology is a promising solution for meeting the increasing demand for wireless communication and addressing bandwidth scarcity. However, channel modeling for mmWave is challenging due to its susceptibility to blockage and weather elements, as well as its requirement for line-of-sight (LOS) links. In this paper, we propose an extension of the NYUSIM channel simulator to incorporate a new input parameter and study the channel characteristics for varying numbers of human blockers in an urban microcell environment. A simple knife edge diffraction model is used to simulate human blockers in the channel model. Our results show the impact of blocker density on several power delay statistics, including received power, path loss, RMS delay spread, and path loss exponent (PLE). This work provides valuable insights for optimizing the performance of 5G mmWave communication systems in urban microcell environments.


Muhutasim Billah bearing ID No: T-183011 to the Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering (ETE)