Derivation and Analysis of the IRIG-106 Dynamic Multipath Channel Model
AffiliationBrigham Young University
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CitationRice, M., & Ebert, J. (2021). Derivation and Analysis of the IRIG-106 Dynamic Multipath Channel Model. International Telemetering Conference Proceedings, 56.
AbstractA dynamic multipath channel model is developed for the IRIG-106 Telemetry Standard to model the time-varying characteristics typical of air-to-ground microwave channels. The model is derived using theoretical considerations first presented by Bello  and later confirmed by Rice et al . This model is extended to account for the dynamics of a non-stationary airborne transmitter. A coordinate system is defined from which time-varying multipath parameters are derived. These parameters are then incorporated to create a linear time-variant impulse response of the dynamic multipath channel model for aeronautical mobile telemetry.