Project detail

Multi-band prediction of millimeter-wave propagation effects for dynamic and fixed scenarios in rugged time-varying environments

Duration: 01.01.2023 — 31.12.2025

Funding resources

Czech Science Foundation - LA granty

- whole funder (2023-02-27 - not assigned)

On the project

The continuously growing demand for high-speed mobile communications leads to increased interest in the millimeter wave band in the range of 30-300 GHz. The project is aimed at the research into specific propagation characteristics of the millimeter waves in various rugged urban environments and suburban areas. The time-varying channel features will be examined from both the short-term perspective focused on very fast changes in the channel and from the perspective of long-term changes within a few hours or days. The project outcome will include statistical channel models created using real measured data. New findings are expected particularly in the area of channel analyses considering weather effects (rain, snow) and examination of long-term channel statistics. The aim of the project is to extend the current channel analyses to higher frequencies and new scenarios using unconventional measurement methods such as real-time spatial scanning of multipath components or novel data preprocessing techniques including machine learning.

Radio wave propagation; millimeter waves; 5G systems; V2X communications;measurements; channel modeling; statistical model; time-varying channels; PDP; multipath propagation; power angular spectrum; Doppler spectrum; interference; weather effects;

Key words in Czech
Šíření rádiových vln; milimetrové vlny; 5G systémy; V2X komunikace; měření; modelování kanálů; statistický model; časově proměnné kanály; PDP; mnohacestné šíření; úhlové výkonové spektrum; Dopplerovské spektrum; interference; vlivy počasí;



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People responsible

Blumenstein Jiří, doc. Ing., Ph.D. - fellow researcher
Horký Petr, Ing. - fellow researcher
Mikulášek Tomáš, Ing., Ph.D. - fellow researcher
Vychodil Josef, Ing., Ph.D. - fellow researcher
Závorka Radek, Ing. - fellow researcher
Prokeš Aleš, prof. Ing., Ph.D. - principal person responsible


Department of Radio Electronics
- (2021-12-17 - not assigned)


SHUKLA, R.; SARKAR, A.; CHANDRA, A.; ZIÓŁKOWSKI, C.; MIKULÁŠEK, T.; PROKEŠ, A. A simple ANN-MLP model for estimating 60-GHz PDP inside public and private vehicles. EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, 2023, vol. 2023, no. 1, p. 1-16. ISSN: 1687-1499.

GHOSH, A.; CHANDRA, A.; MIKULÁŠEK, T.; PROKEŠ, A.; WOJTUŃ, J.; ZIÓŁKOWSKI, C.;. Vehicle-to-Vehicle Path Loss Modeling at Millimeter-Wave Band for Crossing Cars. IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, 2023, vol. 22, no. 9, p. 2125-2129. ISSN: 1548-5757.

KELNER, J.M.; ZIOLKOWSKI, C.; KRYK, M.; WOJTUN, J.; NOWOSIELSKI, L.; PRZESMYCKI, R.; BUGAJ, M.; CHANDRA, A.; SHUKLA, R.; GHOSH, A.; SHUKLA, R.; GHOSH, A.; PROKES, A.; MIKULASEK, T. Power Angular Spectrum versus Doppler Spectrum - Measurements and Analysis. In Proceedings of the European Conference on Antennas and Propagation. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2023. p. 1-5. ISBN: 9788831299077.