Experimental Characterization of Microwave Radio Propagation in ICT Equipment for Wireless Harness Communications

@article{Ohira2011ExperimentalCO,
  title={Experimental Characterization of Microwave Radio Propagation in ICT Equipment for Wireless Harness Communications},
  author={Masao Ohira and Takayuki Umaba and Shoichi Kitazawa and Hiroshi Ban and Masazumi Ueba},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation},
  year={2011},
  volume={59},
  pages={4757-4765}
}
The wireless harness is a new emerging short-range communication to replace wire harness implemented in devices with wireless communications between internal components. In such an in-device wireless harness, the communication distance is up to a couple of meters at most. Through the challenge to apply this wireless communication technology to information and communication technology (ICT) equipment, we found that the radio channel inside the ICT equipment deeply depends on its internal… CONTINUE READING

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