October 10, 2017

Over 15-Gb/s MIMO wireless transmission using ultra wideband antennas in SHF band

  • Chen Y.
  • Itoh T.
  • Kaneda N.
  • Li X.
  • Zhu C.

Wireless transmission over 15Gb/s data rate is reported using space diversity MIMO. Multi-diversity planar antennas are designed and fabricated to transmit and receive the radio frequency signal simultaneously in 2 radiation diversities. Reliable 15Gb/s indoor data transmission over 5m distance is demonstrated in the super high frequency band (SHF) between 11.6GHz to 20.4GHz. Low BER is achieved with 2x2 MIMO space time block coded OFDM modulation.

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