Conference paper

Implementation of a reconfigurable parasitic antenna for beam-space BPSK transmissions

A successful approach for designing a compact reconfigurable antenna system using a single active and two parasitic reactance-loaded dipoles is proposed. The switched parasitic antenna (SPA) operates at 2.6 GHz using PIN diode technology. It is designed to enable the spatial multiplexing rate of two BPSK signals within previously developed disruptive space-time transmission techniques.


    • EPFL-CONF-168938

    Record created on 2011-09-23, modified on 2016-08-09


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