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Andreas Pfadler, M.Sc.

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Andreas Pfadler received the M.Sc. degree in telecommunication engineering with specialization in wireless communications from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC), Barcelona, Spain, in 2018. Since 2017, he is a member of the Signal Theory and Communication (TSC) Department of the UPC, Barcelona, Spain. He is currently working toward the Ph.D. degree under the supervision of Prof. Sławomir Stańczak with Volkswagen Group Research and the Technical University of Berlin.

He takes part in several research projects as the European project 5GCroCo and the German national project 5G NetMobil.

His research interests include antenna design, predictive quality of service, new waveforms and wave propagation.

Projects:

5GCroCo

5G NetMobil

 

 

Publications

5G Vehicle MIMO Antenna Capacity Based on a Rigorous Electromagnetic Channel Modeling
Zitatschlüssel pfad2018eumc
Autor C. Ballesteros, A. Pfadler, J. Romeu and L. Jofre
Seiten pp. 1077-1080
Jahr 2018
ISBN 978-2-87487-051-4
DOI 10.23919/EuMC.2018.8541637
Ort Madrid, Spain
Journal 48th European Microwave Conference (EuMC), 23-27 Sept. 2018, Madrid, Spain
Monat Sept.
Herausgeber IEEE
Zusammenfassung Multi-antenna geometries are able to improve the performance of mobile communication systems in terms of capacity. Especially, vehicular communications are an emerging field in the context of 5G and the implementation of MIMO configurations for automotive applications requires to consider a realistic propagation environment. This work investigates the electromagnetic channel model for an urban scenario based on the achievable capacity, proposing different antenna geometries and analyzing them mounted on the vehicle. As radiating element, an UWB 3D monopole is proposed, properly designed to operate from below 2 GHz up to K band, whereas this work will focus on the lowest and most critical frequencies. In particular, 3.6 and 5.9 GHz bands will be compared regarding their performance for an urban V2I environment.
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