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Spatial diversity for wireless LANs

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IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC
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Keywords
  • Data Communication
  • Diversity Reception
  • Indoor Radio
  • Radio Access Networks
  • Telecommunication Network Planning
  • Telecommunication Network Topology
  • Wireless Local Area Networks
Disciplines
  • Design
  • Mathematics

Abstract

Wireless local area networks (W-LAN) are widely used as a means of providing broadband access for high-speed wireless data services. The maximization of the system performance independent of the transceiver technology and the operating environment is of utmost importance to the hotspot system designer. This paper reports on the performance of single input and multiple output (SIMO) W-LAN systems and shows that a circular array topology located at the access point provides the best performance improvement compared to other candidate technologies when operating in an indoor office environment.

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