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Published by INTECH Open Access Publisher .
Written in English


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ContributionsJia-Chin Lin, author, Li-Wen Huang, author, Meng-Lin Ku, author
The Physical Object
Pagination1 online resource
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Open LibraryOL27029703M
ISBN 109533072741
ISBN 109789533072746
OCLC/WorldCa884048843

Reorganized to flow logically from broad physical principles to specific antenna design and construction techniques, the book begins by covering the fundamentals. Then the half-wave dipole is discussed both as an excellent antenna in its own right and as a conceptual tool for predicting the performance of other designs. Beamforming explained: How it makes wireless communication faster Beamforming uses the science of electromagnetic interference to make Wi-Fi and 5G connections more precise. In this chapter, a variety of procedures proposed in the literature to increase the impedance bandwidth of microstrip patch antennas are presented and discussed. Intrinsic techniques, proximity coupled and aperture-coupled patches, applying horizontally coupled patches to driven patch on a single layer and stacked patches are discussed. Beside the linear polarised solutions, some techniques Author: Seyed Ali Razavi Parizi.


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Chapter 5Multiple Antenna Techniques From the beginning, LTE was designed so that the base station and mobile could both use multiple antennas for radio transmission and reception. This chapter - Selection from An Introduction to LTE: LTE, LTE-Advanced, SAE, VoLTE and 4G Mobile Communications, 2nd Edition [Book].

Multiple antenna techniques play a key role in long term evolution (LTE)‐Advanced. This chapter explains the techniques adopted for Release 10 and gives some insight into additional multiple in multiple out (MIMO) enhancement features that may be developed in future releases of LTE‐: Alex Gorokhov, Amir Farajidana, Kapil Bhattad, Xiliang Luo, Stefan Geirhofer.

In MISO (multiple input single output) systems, the receiver has only one antenna, and the multiple transmit antennas are used for transmit diversity.

The key aspects of multiple antenna transceiver techniques for evolving 3G systems and beyond are presented. MIMO and MISO (transmit diversity) techniques are explained in a common by: Han-Kui Chang, Meng-Lin Ku, Li-Wen Huang and Jia-Chin Lin (August 23rd ).

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In LTE, BS and mobile could both use multiple antennas for radio transmission and reception. In LTE, three main multiple antenna techniques. Diversity processing. The transmitter, the receiver or both use multiple antennas to.

Increase the received signal power. Reduce the amount of fading. Diversity processing has been used since the early.

Novel Multiple Antenna Techniques for Improved Diversity in Wireless Communication Systems Thesis submitted to Cardiff University in candidature for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Cheng Shen Cardiff uKtvfMsirv Centre of Digital Signal Processing Cardiff University With an enormous amount of yearly publications, the field of multiple-antenna systems, often called multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) systems, has evolved rapidly.

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Multiple-antenna techniques in LTE-advanced Abstract: In this article we discuss the different multiple antenna techniques introduced in LTE-Advanced.

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Performance of wireless mobile communication can be improved by using multiple antenna techniques. For different applications different types of multiple antenna techniques are used. Multiple Antennas Based Collaborative Spectrum Sensing Techniques By G.

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Diversity combining techniques like Selection Combining (SC), Feedback or Scanning Combining (FC or SC), Maximum Ratio Combining (MRC) can be employed by the receiver to exploit the multiplath effects.

Multi-antenna techniques can be used to achieve improved system performance. They lead to improved system capacity and improved coverage, as well as improved service chapter also provides an overview of different multi-antenna techniques applicable to.

Multi-antenna techniques can be seen as a joint name for a set of techniques with the common theme that they rely on the use of multiple antennas at the receiver and/or the transmitter, in combination with more or less advanced signal processing.

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• Utilize multiple antennas for disambiguation • Compute Phase difference from Antenna 1 to 2 • Compute Phase difference from Antenna 1 to 3 • Compare possible angle solutions for common angle value.

Antenna Spacing selected based on RF. Transmission Mode. In LTE, usually they use multiple Antenna for downlink (at least from Category 3 UE and higher), meaning that eNode (Network) has use multiple Tx Antenna and UE use multiple Rx antenna.

ANTENNA ARRAYS AND BEAMFORMING Array beam forming techniques exist that can yield multiple, simultaneously available beams. The beams can be made to have high gain and low sidelobes, or controlled beamwidth.

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MIMO algorithms send information out over two or more antennas and the information is received via multiple antennas as well. MIMO systems provide a precise capacity gain over conventional single antenna RF systems, along with more reliable communication.

Disadvantages. The main disadvantage is only its complexity. Antenna Design and RF Layout Guidelines Document No. Rev. *H 3 2 Antenna Basics An antenna is basically a conductor exposed in space. If the length of the conductor is a certain ratio or multiple of the.

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agent may not be able to support multiple trans-mit antennas. Examples include most handsets (size) or the nodes in a wireless sensor network (size, power). This article presents a tutorial overview of a class of techniques known as cooperative commu-nication, which allow single-antenna mobiles to reap some of the benefits of MIMO Size: KB.

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5 Spatial Multiplexing Techniques •Goal: Increased data rates compared to single-antenna system •Capacity of MIMO systems grows linearly with min{M,N} •At the transmitter, the data sequence is split into M sub-sequences that are transmitted simultaneously using the same frequency band ⇒Data rate increased by factor M (multiplexing gain).MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS – WIRELESS COMMUNICATION 1.

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