Guest Column | January 5, 2011

Guest Column: Antenna Location Is Not An Architectural Decision

By Alfred T. Yerger II

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This article is part of a series of quarterly guest columns by Alfred T. Yerger II, RF Engineering Specialist, Bird Technologies. In this installment, Yerger describes how antenna system design and placement is critical to proper system performance. Whether the issue is intermodulation, receiver desensitization, transmitter noise, or adjacent channel interference, the real source of an antenna interference problem is often antenna location.

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