Nicolas W. Bikhazi

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While significant work has been dedicated to analyzing the performance of antennas for multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) and diversity systems, little has appeared on synthesizing optimal antennas for these systems. This paper explores optimal antenna characteristics given understanding about the average structure of the propagation environment, making(More)
Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) communication systems can theoretically use array superdirectivity to optimally exploit the propagation channel. This superdirectivity leads to very large capacity bounds, particularly when the antennas are closely spaced. However, because superdirective behavior is difficult to achieve in practice, new capacity bounds(More)
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