This repository stores the supplementary material associated to the work "Empirical Validation of a Class of Ray-Based Fading Models". That work is related with stocastich channel characterization and empirical validation. Three alternative scenarios are studied: anechoic and reverberation chambers, and indoor environments. Through the generation of linear combinations of different path measurements, a large amount of possible configurations appear for each one. In order to support the content of this work, several animations have been carried out.
This data set is about the measurement of the statistical electromagnetic field coupling to several shielded coaxial cables. The lines are aligned in parallel to a wall of a reverberation chamber. With a vector network analyzer, the coupled voltage between the inner conductor and the cable shield is measured for different stirrer positions over a wide frequency range. For comparison, the coupled current on the cable shield is calculated based on transmission line theory. From the ratio between the inner voltage and the shield current, a coupling resistance can be calculated.