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In this paper we measure and characterize 55-65 GHz wireless channels for a typical desktop environment. Due to the presence of many obstructions and reflectors on the desktop the 60 GHz desktop channel differs from an intra-room propagation environment as described in the literature. A modified Saleh-Valenzuela (S-V) model is used for the desktop environment. Key S-V model parameters such as Cluster Decay Factor, Ray Decay Factor, Cluster Arrival Rate, and Ray Arrival Rate are extracted fromdoi:10.1109/tap.2007.900267 fatcat:eoj4t7szj5h2jjnyugr7viixwq