Adaptive antennas for third generation systems

MA Beach, H Xue, RL Davies, JP McGeehan, M Barrett

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Abstract

The use of adaptive antennas in mobile communications base stations is discussed. They offer the potential of increased spectrum efficiency, extended range coverage and higher rate of frequency reuse. To further advance the use of adaptive antennas in mobile communications, an EC RACE project (R2108), code named TSUNAMI has been set-up. The paper presents an overview on this project together with its goals and achievements
Original languageEnglish
Pages10/1 - 10/6
Publication statusPublished - Oct 1994

Bibliographical note

Sponsorship: This work was supported under the E.C. RACE R2108 TSUNAMI programme and the authors are
grateful to all members of the consortium for their contribution and help with this work

Name of Conference: Colloquium on Mobile Communications Towards the Year 2000
Venue of Conference: London, UK

Keywords

  • adaptive antennas
  • 3G

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