@article{Measel2016_TWC,
  title = {An Empirical Study on the Performance of Wireless OFDM Communications in Highly Reverberant Environments},
  journal = {IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications},
  volume = {15},
  year = {2016},
  chapter = {4802},
  keywords = {aperture-coupled antennas, Apertures, Bandwidth, Cavity resonators, coupled cavity improvement, Delays, diversity reception, effective aperture, electromagnetic coupling, error vector magnitude, Fading, highly reverberant electromagnetic environments, link quality degradation, link-level metrics selection, loading control, maximal ratio combining receiver diversity scheme, multipath channels, OFDM, OFDM modulation, phase shift keying, post processing signal-to-noise ratio, quadrature amplitude modulation, radio networks, radio receivers, radiowave propagation, Receiving antennas, reverberation chamber improvement, reverberation chambers, RF propagation, Signal to noise ratio, SIMO, SISO, software defined radio measurement plat- form, software radio, Throughput, time-dependent model, Wireless communication, wireless OFDM communications},
  issn = {1536-1276},
  doi = {10.1109/TWC.2016.2546879},
  url = {http://ryanmeasel.com/publications/Measel2016_TWC.pdf},
  author = {Measel, Ryan and Lester, Christopher S. and Bucci, Donald J. and Wanuga, Kevin and Tait, Gregory and Primerano, Richard A. and Dandekar, Kapil R. and Kam, Moshe}
}