This white paper explores basic phased-array theory and the design considerations behind next-generation antenna systems and examines the new capabilities recently added to electronic design automation (EDA) software such as the NI AWR Design Environment platform.
This article discusses the use of the Shannon-Hartley Theorem in the context of 5G millimeter-wave applications and how it may be used to find the number of bits/second expected in each section of bandwidth. This, in turn, relates to spectral efficiency and filter temperature stability.
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