International Journal of Antennas and Propagation / 2015 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Modeling of the Land Mobile Satellite Channel considering the Terminal’s Driving Direction

Table 1

Statistical and physical-statistical LMS channel models are compared with respect to the modeling approach, the number of satellites, considering the driving direction of the terminal, considering the correlation coefficient (Corr) and regarding the evaluation criteria cumulative distribution function (CDF) and the bad state probability of a satellite .

Modeling approach Proposed by Year Number of satellites Driving direction considered Corr CDF

Statistical Pérez-Fontán et al. [1] 2001 Single x
Prieto-Cerdeira et al. [2] 2010 Single x
Lutz [3] 1996 Dual x x
Arndt et al. [4] 2012 Dual x
Arndt et al. [5] 2012 Single x x x
Arndt et al. [6] 2012 Dual x x x
Arndt et al. [7] 2012 Multi x

Physical-statistical Tzaras et al. [8] 1998 Dual x

Ray-tracing Oestges et al. [9] 1999 Single x
Oestges and Vanhoenacker-Janvier [10] 2001 Dual x
Oestges and Vanhoenacker-Janvier [11] 2007 Dual x x

MKA Vázquez-Castro et al. [12] 2001 Dual x
Vázquez-Castro et al. [13] 2002 Dual x
Pérez-Fontán et al. [14] 2002 Multi x
Pérez-Fontán et al. [15] 2002 Multi x
Pérez-Fontán et al. [16] 2003 Multi x

Virtual city Pérez-Fontán et al. [17] 2005 Single x

Fisheye Meenan et al. [18] 1998 Dual x
Akturan et al. [1921] 1997 Single x
Rieche et al. [22] 2014 Single x x

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