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cell extensive and accurate measurements are required for creating and updating the database. However, the fingerprint technique is gaining increasing attention for indoor applications, where database management is easier than in wide urban areas. Here, a method for allowing a single BS antenna array to locate unmodified MT handsets is discussed. A wideband code-division multiple-access (W-CDMA) wireless system is considered, and it is assumed that transmission takes place over a multipath channel. The proposed algorithm uses the channel parameter estimation performed within W-CDMA receivers, namely the characteristics of the multipath components (MPCs) impinging on the BS in terms of their propagation delay or ToA and AoA. This naturally requires a wideband signalling scheme in combination with an array antenna at the BS and the associated parameter estimation algorithms. In addition, the method needs some minimal information about the environment in the BS neighbourhood. The location determination of a MT is then performed in two steps. First, it is decided if the MT is in line-of-sight (LOS) of the BS. If it is, the location is determined directly through trigonometric relationships. Second, if the MT is found to be in non-LOS (NLOS), then its location is determined by minimising a given cost function. This results in a location technique of reasonable complexity and high precision. The performance is determined for a UMTS microcellular operating scenario and a 3D deterministic channel model. The technique is summarised in the following section and full details can be found in [145].
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Behavioural models are based on the assumption that no information on the internal structure of the device is known. The behaviour of the device or subsystem is measured, and then it is approximated by means of suitable tting functions, usually of the class of arti cial neural networks (ANN). This assumption seriously limits the predictive properties of the model, which are valid only in a neighbourhood of the measuring conditions. However, in some cases this neighbourhood includes very interesting situations in which big savings in terms of simulation times are obtained. Let us show this with an example. For a narrowband ampli er or subsystem, the describing-function approach has been described in 1. The same approach is experimentally very easy to implement, by simply performing source/load-pull measurements with vector capabilities, for a suf cient number of input amplitudes from small signal to saturation (see 2). In particular, if the device or subsystem is matched, the input and output loads can be simply set to 50 ; otherwise, they must be set to the optimum input and output loads for the device or subsystem. The amplitude and phase of the output signal are measured for each value of the amplitude of the input signal, and the results are usually plotted as AM/AM, AM/PM plots [120]. This approach is easily generalised: if some harmonics are non-negligible, as for instance in the case of a frequency multiplier, more than one describing function is de ned, one per harmonic, and a multiharmonic measuring set-up must be available. If the model must reproduce the dependence of the output of a device or subsystem not only on a signal at the input port at fundamental frequency but also on signals at other ports (output port, bias ports, local oscillator ports) and other harmonics, the describing functions become functions of the amplitudes and phases of all the input signals except the phase of an arbitrarily selected signal that acts as a reference for the system. It can also happen that the loads are not xed and can vary in a neighbourhood of the optimum ones, as they usually do in practice because, for example, of fabrication tolerances; in this case, the values of the loads are treated as additional input variables, and actual source/load-pull measurements must be performed in order to get the data [76, 121, 122]. Once the data are obtained, a set of multi-variable tting functions are trained to the data and implemented in a CAD tool for circuit or system simulation. So far, the model only reproduces the measurements and acts as a compact description of the experimental data. For example, in the case of complex system simulation, it may be convenient to simulate a single subcircuit by means of a standard nonlinear analysis algorithm, and then train a model to the results of the analysis. The behavioural model will be much faster and reasonably accurate and allows the simultaneous analysis of several nonlinear subcircuits within a large system with a reasonable computational effort. However, in some cases the extrapolation properties of this type of model are also very useful. Let us assume that a system is narrowband and that the input signal is composed of tens or hundreds of closely spaced spectral lines. This is a common case for modern multi-carrier communications systems and corresponds to a carrier-modulated narrowband around its carrier frequency. The total signal can be considered as a centrefrequency carrier signal modulated by a slowly varying envelope signal (see 1). If the modulating envelope is slow enough with respect to the carrier, it can be assumed
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