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G/T for a Satellite-Terrestrial Handset with Internal and External Antennas

In this paper, the figures of merit for a satellite-terrestrial handset with internal and external antennas are extracted, based on the antenna measurements with the handset mechanics in free space. The gain statistics are derived from the measured ant...

August 8, 2011
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The figure of merit (G/T) for a satellite-terrestrial handset is a critical parameter for the link budget calculations, where G is antenna gain, which varies with elevation and azimuth angles, and T is the system noise temperature, which is the sum of the handset receiver and its antenna noise...
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