I'm trying to simulate an indoor environment that exhibits multipath propagation.
However, I don't know how to generate random multipath variables like path power and path delay (power-delay profile). I found a paper in here and I think this was the one I am looking for but I have a hard time understanding it.
For example: which distribution should be used for randoming other paths' power and delay values? Is it viable for indoors or is there a better approach for indoors?
Example in code:
rayChan = comm.RayleighChannel('SampleRate',100000,'MaximumDopplerShift',130,... 'PathDelays',[0 a b],'AveragePathGains',[0, t1, t2],... 'Visualization','Impulse response');
In the code I want to randomize a,b,t1 and t2 values. In the article I provided above has expected value of some number of paths and they think it is realistic but I couldn't find which distribution they used to determine each path delays and avarage path gains.