2016 journal article
Channel Propagation Measurement and Modeling for Vehicular In-Cabin Wi-Fi Networks
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, 64(12), 5424–5435.
The next generation of intelligent vehicle systems will use wireless communication to connect a car and its passengers. It is therefore important to understand the in-cabin propagation characteristics of an automobile. This paper investigates the wireless channel native to these cabin enclosures. We present detailed, polarization dependent field measurements over a plane of interest in the cabin, and show that a simple analytical model gives reasonable agreement with our measurements.