Symmetry problems in switched parasitic smart antennas
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Radiation pattern symmetry of a switched parasitic smart antenna is important for full 360deg azimuthal coverage. The ideal symmetrical beam patterns are hard to achieve in reality due to a number of crucial problems related to the need for precision design and manufacture, and the accuracy of the supporting electronics. These factors are examined on this paper.
Antennas and Propagation International Symposium, 2007 IEEE
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