International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 5, Issue 9, Part C (2019)
Antenna for mobile communications
The use of mobile radio channels is expected to continue to grow quickly, driven by a combination of consumer demand for mobile services and advances in the enabling electronic and infrastructural technology. In this paper, using Fourier Transform Method, the transform relations are reviewed and interpreted for the mobile radio channel. The effective scattering distribution is the vector product of the antenna pattern and the incident waves and is a scalar function of angle and delay time. The space base-band frequency correlation function transforms with the averaged power of the effective scattering distribution. If the angular power density marginal of the effective scattering distribution is known, then the transform relations can be used for configuring antennas for spatial diversity.
How to cite this article:
Kumar Sanjay Bhagat, Dr. Ashok Kumar. Antenna for mobile communications. Int J Appl Res 2019;5(9):178-180.