Learning and Documentation
In this example the signal transmission between a massive MIMO base station and a mobile device located in downtown Rosslyn is analyzed using Wireless InSite’s MIMO capability.
Ad hoc peer-to-peer networks can provide reliable communications in emergency situations where fixed infrastructures, like base stations, may not be available. This example demonstrates Wireless InSite's Transceivers capability.
Wireless InSite provides a limited method to model communication within culverts, mines, or tunnels. Culverts, mines, or tunnels can be designed within the software and used for analysis. This example demonstrates setting up a culvert and modeling a communication system.
Wireless InSite has a hybrid method that combines the full 3D ray tracing model (X3D) with an empirical model called COST 231 to handle uncertainty with the interior layout of a floor plan. This example demonstrates setting up a typical scenario using the hybrid method.
This presentation demonstrates a new predictive capability for simulating massive MIMO antennas and beamforming in dense urban propagation environments. Remcom's unique approach allows us to predict the signal-to-interference-plus-noise ratio (SINR) at specific device locations and the actual physical beams formed using these techniques, including unintentional distortions caused by pilot contamination.
This presentation demonstrates how the 3D ray tracing code in Wireless InSite can accurately predict received power coverage even in a multi-room environment containing many walls and different materials types. In order to verify the accuracy of the code, the floor plan of Remcom’s business offices was modeled in the software with a WiFi antenna and a third party tool was used to create a coverage plot of the received power throughout several of the suites.
This paper presents results from modeling RF propagation in a mine using Wireless InSite's Uniform Theory of Diffraction (UTD) ray tracing code to portray a communications system within a mine environment.
Successful integration of an antenna onto a vehicle platform poses many challenges. This paper provides a variety of examples of how modeling and simulation can be used to analyze antenna performance, identify problems, and evaluate potential solutions.
This webinar demonstrates Wireless InSite’s MIMO simulation capability to predict the multipath and channel characteristics for a Massive MIMO system in an urban small cell. Different beamforming techniques are applied to the simulation results in order to predict the beams to several mobile devices and observe how they change as one device moves along a route through the city.
This webinar demonstrates Wireless InSite’s diffuse scattering capability. An indoor office environment is used to show specific key effects of diffuse scattering, including its impact on complex impulse response and increased cross-polarization of received signals.
This webinar demonstrates the Wireless InSite workflow with a special focus on the new MIMO capability.
This demonstration shows how Wireless InSite meets 3GPP and METIS channel modeling requirements for 5G.
Remcom performed a study using Wireless InSite's MIMO capability to generate the complex channel matrices for several mobile devices in an urban scene. We then extracted these results and applied two standard beamforming algorithms (using mathematical analysis tools) to visualize beamforming in motion.
This video expands a basic floor plan design into a six-story office building. Wireless InSite’s duplication tools make it easy to add levels and floors to the model. In addition, the creation of stairwells and a central glass atrium with a peaked roof are shown.
This video introduces Wireless InSite’s Floor Plan tools and shows the user how to create and edit an indoor environment. The demonstration includes the placement of walls, doorways, and windows, along with material selection from Wireless InSite’s material database. In addition to the 2D floor plan editor, the video also demonstrates how to make edits within the 3D display.