A Novel Pathloss Model for Angular and Spatial Dependency of Ultra Wideband Off-Body Radio Channels

Qammer H. Abbasi(1*), M. M. Khan(2), S. Liaqat(3), M. Kamran(4), Yasir Saleem(5)

(1) Xidian University, Xi'an 710071, China
(2) School of Electronics Engineering and Computer Science, Queen Mary, Univesity of London, Mile end road, United Kingdom
(3) University of Engineering and Technology Lahore, 54890, Pakistan
(4) University of Engineering and Technology Lahore, 54890, Pakistan
(5) University of Engineering and Technology Lahore, 54890, Pakistan
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Abstract


In this paper variations in path loss model with respect to distance and orientation of human body for both line-of-sight (LOS) and non-line-of-sight (NLOS) scenarios for ultra wideband off-body communication is experimentally and statistically investigated. Results show that for every 1° change in orientation angle between off-body transmitter and on-body receiver, path loss varies by almost 0.097 dB for LOS case and 0.12 dB for NLOS case. A novel path loss model with respect to distance and angle is also presented in this paper.
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Keywords


Ultra Wideband (UWB); Off-Body Radio Channel; Body-Centric Wireless Communications

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