Mode-stirred chamber sample selection technique applied to antenna correlation coefficient
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SponsorsThis work was supported in part by the Spanish National R & D Programme through TEC 2008-05811 and by Fundacion´ Seneca, the R & D coordinating agency for the Region of ´ Murcia (Spain) under the 11783/PI/09 and 11610/IV2/09 Projects.
Bibliographic CitationHALLBJÖRNER, Paul, SÁNCHEZ HEREDIA, Juan Diego, MARTÍNEZ GONZÁLEZ, Antonio Manuel. Mode-stirred chamber sample selection technique applied to antenna correlation coefficient. En: International Journal of Antennas and Propagation, 2012, vol.2012, p. 1-5 ISSN: 1687-5877
Multiple input multiple output (MIMO)
Mode-stirred chambers provide an excellent tool for antenna characterization. Recent research has focused on making the mode-stirred chamber technique more versatile. One result of these efforts is the sample selection technique, by which a subset of data with specific properties is extracted from a measured set of raw data. This paper presents how to apply the sample selection technique to measurements of the correlation coefficient in dual antenna measurements, for example, for diversity or MIMO applications. Theoretical background and useful mathematical relations are presented. The application is verified through measurements.
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