Richard Rudd, along with Maziar Nekovee of the University of Sussex, authored a paper on the propagation of millimetre-wave frequencies in urban clutter. The paper describes path loss measurements carried out at 27 GHz in London and Brighton.
The primary purpose of the measurement campaign was to provide empirical support for the development of clutter loss models for use at millimetre wave frequencies, being undertaken separately. Particular attention has been paid to characterising the role of reflections in coupling energy on interference paths.
The paper was presented at the LAPC 2017 conference and published by the IET. It can be accessed below.