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Novel implement for the mobile communication base transceiver station mechanism

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4 Author(s)
Ye Yan ; Inst. of Inf. & Commun., Chonbuk Nat. Univ., Chonju, South Korea ; Kwangsoo Kim ; Jucheng Yang ; Dongsun Park

A novel mobile communication base transceiver station architecture is considered. Moreover, we propose this new approach for constructing a dynamic mobile communication base station subsystem for all the wireless communication systems to reduce the cost of both fabrication and maintenance compared to existing approaches. This novel mobile communication base transceiver station system is employed to broadcast and receive radio signal by using a balloon which carries the radio transceiver (or the radio repeater) that communicates through the air interface. The proposed adjustable antenna carried by the balloon has larger cover capability (defined by the height and angle of the antenna), and hence a lower construction budget than the commonly employed overhead transceiver or repeater antenna carried by a metal tower, and the corresponding returnable mechanism can significantly reduced maintenance expenditure. The adjustable factors of the radio transceiver or repeater antenna, i.e., height, angle and power, also can be used separately or cooperatively. Those structural features in the form of an aerial carrier further reduce cost and improve the convenience of the adjustment significantly.

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Antenna Technology: Small Antennas and Novel Metamaterials, 2005. IWAT 2005. IEEE International Workshop on

Date of Conference:

7-9 March 2005

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