Capacity Study of a Multiple Element Antenna Configuration in an Indoor Wireless Channel at 60 GHz

@article{Arvanitis2007CapacitySO,
  title={Capacity Study of a Multiple Element Antenna Configuration in an Indoor Wireless Channel at 60 GHz},
  author={Achilleas Arvanitis and George Anagnostou and Nektarios Moraitis and Philip Constantinou},
  journal={2007 IEEE 65th Vehicular Technology Conference - VTC2007-Spring},
  year={2007},
  pages={609-613}
}
This paper studies the capacity of an indoor wireless system operating at 60 GHz using a physical channel model that incorporates multiple elements at both antenna terminals. The proposed channel model utilizes the geometric characteristics of the environment, the angle of arrival and angle of departure of each one of the propagation paths, the antenna elements and their spacing. The results showed that the system capacity increases significantly if SIMO, MISO or MIMO configuration is utilized… CONTINUE READING
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