If you're involved with the design, installation or maintenance of mobile antenna systems, this thoroughly revised and updated edition of a classic Artech book offers you the most current and comprehensive coverage of all the mandatory measurement techniques you need for your work in the field. This Second Edition presents critical new material in key areas, including radiation efficiency measurement, mobile phone usage position, and MIMO (multiple-input/multiple-output) antennas. This unique resource provides in-depth examinations of all relevant mobile antenna measurement theories, along with practical measurement procedures and examples to show you how it's done. Topics include propagation measurement, antenna characteristics measurement, radiation power measurement, human interaction measurement, base station siting and maintenance, and fading and field simulator systems. Supported with over 130 illustrations and more than 135 equations.This is because the RF signal transmitted from the base station arrives at the reception point as a summation of multipath waves, which results in standing waves. ... However, real propagation measurements have the problems described above, and, therefore, the use of fading ... arriving at a reception point, the fading signal may be expressed, as: E, (t) I x(t) cos wft ay(t)sin wit (5.1) where x(t)a 1 ex (_i)anbsp;...
|Title||:||Measurement of Mobile Antenna Systems|
|Publisher||:||Artech House - 2013-01-01|