Smart and multibeam diversity antenna arrays with high-bandwidth analog signal processing

@article{Anderson2003SmartAM,
  title={Smart and multibeam diversity antenna arrays with high-bandwidth analog signal processing},
  author={Dana Z. Anderson and Edeline Fotheringham and Darko Popovic and Oliver Popovic and S. Romish and Paul Christopher Smith},
  journal={2003 IEEE Topical Conference on Wireless Communication Technology},
  year={2003},
  pages={86-89}
}
This paper presents an overview of the work done at the University of Colorado at Boulder in the area of smart and multibeam antennas, specifically as related to the following projects, funded by the NSF Wireless Initiative: (1) multibeam lens antenna arrays and reconfigurable antennas for wireless communications with diversity. Design and characterization of a 10-GHz multibeam array with two different diversities polarization and angle is presented. A new method of using random reconfiguration… CONTINUE READING

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