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Papers Published at MIC-CPE 2011
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IDAuthors and TitlePages
19.Cnf-4 Ms. Uzma Siddique and Prof. Habibullah Jamal, Microwave attenuation and prediction of rain outage for GSM transmission networks in Pakistan’s tropical region1-5
19.Cnf-49 Mr. Khair A. Shamaileh, Mr. Abdullah Qaroot and Prof. Nihad Dib, Design of A Miniaturized 10:1 Unequal Split Wilkinson Power Divider Using Non-Uniform Transmission Lines6-11
19.Cnf-54 Dr. Mutamed Khatib, Simulation Model of the Block Linear Precoder12-17
19.Cnf-55 Dr. Yousef Dama, Prof. Raed Abd-Alhameed, Mr. Fernando Salazar-Quiñonez, Dr. Dawei Zhou, Dr. Stephen Jones and Prof. Peter Excell, Experimental Throughput Analysis for MIMO 802.11n Systems over LOS and NLOS Indoor Scenarios18-21
19.Cnf-57 Dr. Issa Elfergani, Prof. Raed Abd-Alhameed, Dr. Chan Hwang See, Mrs. Zuhairiah Zainal Abidin, Mr. Hmeda Hraga and Prof. Peter Excell, Compact Tunable Microstrip F-Slot Antenna for Mobile Handset Applications22-25
19.Cnf-58 Dr. Hojat Hamidi, Mr. A. Vafaei and Mr. A. H. Monadjemi, A Framework for Transformational Technique in the High Performance Computing Systems26-33
19.Cnf-59 Prof. Omar Ramadan, A Unified Unconditionally Stable Split-Step FDTD Algorithm for Modeling General Dispersive Electromagnetic Applications34-37
19.Cnf-61 Mr. Melad Olaimat and Prof. Nihad Dib, A Study of 15-75-90 Angles Triangular Patch Antenna38-41
19.Cnf-62 Mr. A. Vafaei and Dr. Hojat Hamidi, Modeling of Security and Fault Tolerance in Mobile Codes42-46
19.Cnf-63 Mr. Mohammed Saeed Jawad and Dr. Widad Ismail, Impulse Based UWB Technology as Next Generation Cognitive Radio in Wireless Short Ranges Networks47-51
19.Cnf-55 Paper View Page
Title Experimental Throughput Analysis for MIMO 802.11n Systems over LOS and NLOS Indoor Scenarios
Authors Dr. Yousef Dama, An-Najah National University, Nablus, Palestine
Prof. Raed Abd-Alhameed, University of Bradford, Bradford, UK
Mr. Fernando Salazar-Quiñonez, University of Bradford, Bradford, UK
Dr. Dawei Zhou, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK
Dr. Stephen Jones, University of Bradford, Bradford, UK
Prof. Peter Excell, Glyndwr University, Wrexham, UK
Abstract Significant improvements in the quality and reliability of indoor WLAN connections are claimed for devices with MIMO technology using the recently developed standard 802.11n, which allows users to achieve theoretically up to 300-600 Mbps on a single transmission. This paper presents an analysis of a commercial 802.11n MIMO 2x3 dual band (2.4 & 5 GHz) system focusing on the operational throughput performance over an indoor environment with Line of Sight and Non Line of Sight scenarios. Each scenario evaluates the performance of a MIMO system at 5 different locations for 20 MHz and 40 MHz bandwidth configurations. An additional experimental investigation on the throughput is described for Antenna Diversity (SISO, MISO, SIMO and MIMO) on scenarios operating at 5GHz and transmitting within a 20 MHz bandwidth. Results from this study show that at a range of 10m the throughput performance for channel bonding transmission (using 40 MHz bandwidth) for 2.4 GHz and 5GHz, was able to achieve the optimal values established by the standard 802.11n, that is 296 Mbps for Line of sight scenarios, as well as 250 Mbps for Non Line of Sight.
Track MAP: Microwaves, Antennas and Propagation
Conference 4th International Conference on Communications, Propagation, and Electronics (MIC-CPE 2011), 4-6 February 2011, Amman, Jordan
Pages 18-21
Topics Microwave Engineering
Smart Antennas
ISSN 2227-331X
Paper Views 262 Paper Views Rank 21/452
Paper Downloads 181 Paper Downloads Rank 18/452
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