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Diversity techniques for mobile radio reception
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A survey of diversity techniques as applied to mobile radio, with emphasis on systems designed for analogue communication. Expand
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New technique for beam steering with fixed parabolic reflectors
A technique is described which offers the potential of achieving wide-angle beam steering with fixed parabolic reflectors. The technique involves a primary-feed device with an aperture fieldExpand
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Diversity techniques for mobile radio reception
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A survey of diversity techniques as applied to mobile radio, with emphasis on systems designed for analogue communication. Expand
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Wideband multilayer coaxial-fed microstrip antenna element
Electrically thick (and hence wideband) microstrip patch antenna elements are difficult to excite without adversely affecting their performance. A novel feeding technique is presented whichExpand
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Single-receiver diversity system for reducing the effect of fast fading in mobile radio
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A 2-aerial diversity system suitable for combating fast fading is described. Expand
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An active Van Atta array
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Terahertz pulsed imaging with 1.06 μm laser excitation
We report the operation of a pulsed terahertz (THz) imaging system that uses a 120 fs pulse-width laser operating at 1.06 μm, and photoconductive InGaAs emitters and detectors. THz images areExpand
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Passive coded transponder using an acoustic-surface-wave delay line
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A tapped acoustic-surface-wave delay line is used to produce a passive coded transporder for short-range applications. Expand
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High-speed spectrum analyser using a pulse-compression technique
The paper describes a spectrum analyser intended for use with a mobile short-range frequency-modulated continuous-wave radar. The device employs a pulse-compression technique to perform a fastExpand
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Single-receiver diversity systems
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Diversity reception techniques can help to combat fast fading in urban areas, and this paper describes some predetection combining systems designed to be compatible with existing standard receivers. Expand
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