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Due to the increasing interest in mobile multimedia applications requiring high bandwidths, channel models need to be derived which represent properly broadband mobile radio channels. Previously defined models, e.g. for GSM by COST 207, are not verified for systems having such large bandwidths. In contrast, the presented new propagation models have been derived based on broadband measurements, taken by a channel sounder applied to a DVB-T network, and on the WSSUS theory, which is well known and adaptable to existing narrowband simulation systems.