WINNER Phase II Model
The source code of a MATLAB reference implementation of the WINNER Phase II Channel Model has been specified in (including also Part II):
The code is implemented on MATLAB. The code was developed in Workpackage 1 of the WINNER project of the European Union's 6th Framework Programme.
The software was developed for MATLAB 6.5.0 (R13). Older MATLAB versions may cause unexpected problems. Certain optional ANSI-C functions require GNU Scientific Library (GSL), but the program can also be used without it.
The main features of this WIM implementation include:
- parametrization based on measurements
- seventeen model scenarios (including indoor)
- stochastic models for system level simulations
- fixed clustered delay line (CDL) models for calibration simulations
- network layout visualization tool auto-correlation of large-scale channel parameters
- support to arbitrary 3D antenna geometry and field patterns
The current version was released on September 22, 2008. You can download the code and the documentation from the following link.
If you use the code, or its modified version, in your scientific work you can use the following citation:
L. Hentilä, P. Kyösti, M. Käske, M. Narandzic , and M. Alatossava. (2007, December.) MATLAB implementation of the WINNER Phase II Channel Model ver1.1 [Online]. Available: http://projects.celtic-initiative.org/winner+/phase_2_model.html
The WIM implementation is licensed under the GNU General Public License. Basically, you can use it for any purpose, provided that any programs or modifications you make and distribute are also licensed under the GNU GPL. The computation routines are provided by the copyright holders "AS IS" without warranty of any kind express or implied, including but not limited to the warranties of merchantability, satisfactory quality or fitness for a particular purpose or that the use will not infringe any third party patents, copyrights, trademarks or other rights. In no event will the copyright holders be liable for damages, including any general, direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages arising out of the use or inability to use the computation routines.
Copyright © 2007 Authors.
The WINNER Phase I model implementation is based on SCM/SCME/WINNER I implementations. What is incremental to these is mainly written by Lassi Hentilä (Elektrobit), Pekka Kyösti (Elektrobit), Martin Käske (TU Ilmenau), Milan Narandzic (TUI Ilmenau), and Mikko Alatossava (University of Oulu).
For bug-fixes and feedback, please contact any of the authors.