Phased Array Antenna Handbook, Second Edition Phased array antennas consist of multiple stationary antenna elements, which are
fed coherently and use variable phase or time-delay control at each element to scan
a beam to given angles in space. Variable amplitude control is sometimes also
provided for pattern shaping. Arrays are sometimes used in place of fixed aperture
Modern Antenna Handbook (v. 1)
Antennas and antenna systems are the eyes and ears of wireless communication systems,
which have experienced an unprecedented rapid expansion. Part of this advancement has
been attributed to contributions of antenna technology. These wireless systems, no matter
how simple or complex, cannot operate efficiently unless they utilize...
Space-Time Codes and MIMO Systems This book is intended to introduce space-time coding and multiantenna systems. The endeavor is to impart a working knowledge of the subject not just for students and researchers but for the entire wireless community.
The birth of multiantenna systems is the direct result of the long-standing struggle to achieve data rates without...
3G Evolution This very up-to-date and practical book, written by engineers working closely in 3GPP, gives insight into the newest technologies and standards adopted by 3GPP, with detailed explanations of the specific solutions chosen and their implementation in HSPA and LTE.
The key technologies presented include multi-carrier transmission,...
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