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Smart Antennas for Communications: The Importance of the Co-Channel Interference and Scenarios


Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/05/2018 -- "Smart Antenna Brings You Trouble-Free Communication"

A smart antenna is a multi-element antenna capable of increasing the signal range, suppressing interfering signals, combating signal fading and as a consequence increasing the capacity of a wireless system. Smart antennas are strikingly utilized as a part of radio space science, radio telescopes, track and output radar, acoustic flag preparing and UMTS, LTE, W-CDMA. Smart antennas offer the benefits of Reduction in Co-Channel Interference, Range Improvement, Increase in Capacity, Reduction in Transmitted Power, Reduction in Handoff etc.

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In actual, antennas are not Smart Antenna, systems are smart. Multipath and co-channel interference are the two pillars of Smart Antenna. Two of the main types of smart antennas include switched beam and adaptive array smart antennas. Traditional switched beam and adaptive array systems enable a base station to customize the beams they generate for each remote user effectively by means of internal feedback control. Generally speaking, each approach forms a main lobe toward individual users and attempts to reject interference or noise from outside of the main lobe. Key Research Issues: Cost, Size, Diversity, Signal Tracking and spatial-temporal processing are the key research issues in smart antenna system.

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With an array of players operating in this industry, the competition is likely to increase in the next couple of years. The global market for smart antenna is likely to rise at an 8.5% and is anticipated to rise to a valuation of US$30.12 bn by the end of forecast period.