Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
"Channel Static Antennas for Compensating the Movements of a Partner Antenna";
Talk: COST CA15104 IRACON 10th MC meeting and 10th technical meeting,
- 05-29-2019; in: "COST CA15104 IRACON 10th MC meeting and 10th technical meeting",
It has recently been demonstrated that the channel changes caused by the movements of an antenna can be compensated by a counter-movement of the antenna, effectively keeping the wireless channel static. In this work, it is considered that the moving antenna can not perform such a counter-movement and that the channel is instead kept static by the partner antenna to which the channel is formed. It is established that the channel can be kept static under certain conditions by moving the partner antenna with the original antenna along the same trajectory (with-movement, German: Mitbewegung). Experimental results are presented for a platform moving in straight motion over a finite distance. The experiment is conducted in an anechoic environment with quarter-wavelength monopole antennas in the gigahertz range.
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