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Wireless personal communications for the 21st century: European technological advances in adaptive antennas

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3 Author(s)
Tsoulos, G. ; Bristol Univ., UK ; Beach, M. ; McGeehan, J.

Adaptive antennas are now regarded by many within the wireless communications industry as a core system component in future-generation mobile networks. In order to promote European research and development in this strategic area, the Commission of the European Community has funded, through the Research into Advanced Communications in Europe, RACE, and now the Advanced Communications Technologies and Services, ACTS, programs, the Technology in Smart Antennas for Universal Advanced Mobile Infrastructure, TSUNAMI, consortium in order to further technological advances for the next millennium, as reported here

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:35 ,  Issue: 9 )