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Automotive Radio Noise in Lower Frequency Microwave Bands (1-3 GHz) Measured in a Van Running in an Urban Area
Yukio YAMANAKA Akira SUGIURA
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications
Publication Date: 1997/05/25
Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Issue on EMC/EMI Problems in Microwave Frequency Range)
automotive radio noise, microwave, statistical distribution, measurement,
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Noise waveform analyzer was developed to measure the statistical distributions such as amplitude probability distributions of noise envelope. Using this system installed in a van, some statistical distributions of automotive radio noise in lower frequency microwave bands (1-3 GHz), received while driving on main streets and expressways in Tokyo, were measured to provide fundamental data for designing mobile communication systems in this frequency band. Variation of the impulse height, received in typical driving conditions, can be expressed by a log-normal distribution and impulse emission seems to be Poisson-distributed in time for time history records as long as 40 minutes.