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Making of a Robust Indoor Microwave Wireless Link: A Novel Scheme of Polarization-sense Diversity

This article describes a novel scheme of deploying “polarization-sense” diversity in indoor microwave wireless links. Unlike the traditional polarization diversity scheme where two orthogonally polarized (vertical and horizontal) antennas are used, thi...

August 15, 2004
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The state-of-the-art indoor wireless systems operating at microwave frequencies (approximately 2.45 and 5.5 GHz) have been standardized in conformance with different multiplexing schemes and modulation techniques. The underlying design considerations 1,2 aim at realizing robust operation of several interconnected and coexisting hosts 3 across RF links. These links are...
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