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Recommended by A. Alexiou This paper presents the evaluation of the diversity performance of several two-antenna systems for UMTS terminals. All the measurements are done in a reverberation chamber and in a Wheeler cap setup. First, a two-antenna system having poor isolation between its radiators is measured. Then, the performance of this structure is(More)
The bit rate of new mobile broadband services will be directly affected by the configuration and efficiency of the terminal antennas. Each dB not lost through fading, mismatch and ohmic loss can be used by new (HSDPA and WiMAX) and future (LTE) mobile broadband services for higher user bit rate or use of less spectrum by increasing the modulation rate(More)
This paper results from a short-term mission granted by the COST 284 where the antenna-design competences of the LEAT have been gathered with the measurement skills of Chalmers Institute of Technology. Three multi-antenna prototypes have been characterized in the Bluetest reverberation chamber in terms of total efficiency and diversity gain. Particularly(More)
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