Additional dedicated (rooftop-mounted and uptilted) base stations strengthen the coverage provided that their density is comparable to that of the standard deployment, and would be instrumental for sparse deployments of the latter.
Wireless communication at millimeter wave frequencies has attracted considerable attention for the delivery of high-bit-rate connectivity to unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
The millimeter wave bands are being increasingly considered for wireless communication to unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
Statistical channel models are instrumental to design and evaluate wireless communication systems.
In this article, we consider a cellular network deployment where UAV-to-UAV (U2U) transmit-receive pairs coexist with the uplink (UL) of cellular ground users (GUEs).
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are emerging as enablers for supporting many applications and services, such as precision agriculture, search and rescue, temporary network deployment or coverage extension, and security.