3D autocorrelation coefficients of dipole antenna

Title3D autocorrelation coefficients of dipole antenna
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2006
AuthorsHui, P., C. G. Hynes, J. V. Wonterghem, and D. G. Michelson
JournalElectronics Letters
Pagination257 - 258
Date Publishedmar.
Keywords3D autocorrelation coefficients, anechoic chambers (electromagnetic), antenna anechoic chambers, dipole antennas, diversity antenna measurement systems, half-wavelength dipole antenna, indoor mobile communication, isotropic scattering environment, mobile antennas, spatial separation

An analytical expression is given for the 3D autocorrelation coefficient of a half-wavelength dipole antenna as a function of spatial separation in an isotropic scattering environment. Results are verified experimentally through measurements conducted in antenna anechoic chambers. The results closely match previously published work based upon measurements collected in a typical indoor mobile communication environment. It is recommended that the 3D autocorrelation coefficient model be used to gauge diversity antenna measurement systems.


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