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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.
5G NetMobil 
|Autor||A. Pfadler and C. Ballesteros and J. Romeu and L. Jofre|
|Journal||12th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP 2018), 9-13 April 2018, London, UK|
|Zusammenfassung||There is a growing research interest in massive Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) antenna systems because of their higher channel capacity and energy efficiency. New applications in digital mobility and connected car is certainly one of the areas of future development of these systems. In order to study the impact of the different multi-antenna geometries and MIMO modalities in both the vehicle and the fixed base station, a quality modeling of a realistic scenario is needed. In this paper, study of initial antenna configurations for both — mobile and fixed — platforms is performed and initial channel parameters and system capability are obtained. Then, several systems and constellations are compared by means of the channel eigenvalues and capacity. The analysis is based on the results of a simulated model of an urban scenario, emulating as a case of study a portion of the city of Barcelona in a realistic environment, comprising of a massive MIMO base station and a car at various positions.|
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