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Antenna systems for broadband wireless access

Authors Murch, RD
Ben Letaief, K
Issue Date 2002
Source IEEE communications magazine , v. 40, (4), 2002, APR, p. 76-83
Summary Broadband wireless access along with evolving mobile Internet and multimedia services are driving the recent surge of research and development activities for future wireless communication systems. In this article we provide an overview of antenna systems for broadband wireless communications and introduce some of the important issues surrounding them. The approach we use is to first provide a general framework of how antenna systems may be utilized in wireless communication systems and then describe the antenna systems themselves. In particular, we consider antenna systems for the base station, mobile station, and then finally multiple-input multiple-output antenna systems where antenna systems are utilized at both the base and mobile stations.
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ISSN 0163-6804
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