Adaptive Array Measurements in Communications

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Artech House, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 308 pages
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One of the most damaging factors associated with any radio communication system is the effect of undesirable or interference signals. This innovative new book gives you the knowledge you need to ensure your adaptive array system is protecting your communication links to the fullest. It presents concepts and procedures that help you realize the maximum processing capabilities of a given system, choose the right system for a specific application, and identify precautionary steps to avoid adverse effects.
 

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Contents

Fundamental Concepts
1
Simplified Analysis
29
Basic Matrix Expressions
193
Final Output Power for a Two
229
Final Output Power for
235
Final Output Power for
243
Final Output Power in
249
Basic Matrix Relations
255
Derivation of the Input Signal
295
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M.A. Halim holds a M.Sc. Tech in electrical engineering from the University of Sheffield, England and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the Technological University of Delft, Holland. Halim is senior RF engineer at SR Telecom in Kanata, Ontario.

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