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Figure 11.17. Three-dimensional multifunctional circuits on plastics. (a) Schematics and circuit diagrams of inverter (top) and oating gate memory (bottom) elements. (b) Optical image of inverters (layer 1) and oating gate memory (layer 2) on Kapton. (c) DC inverter characteristics. Inset shows functional devices on exible Kapton substrate. (d) Hysteresis in current-voltage characteristics of a memory layer element. (e) Switching characteristic of the memory device. [Reprinted with permission from Ref. 75. Copyright 2007 American Chemical Society.] (See color insert.)
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where gi ( k ) is the normalized power gain, k is the antenna orientation angle, and is the 3-dB beamwidth of the antenna, which is around /3 for a six-sector antenna. The channel impulse response used for each sector of the antenna includes all paths arriving in that direction with appropriate attenuation given by the antenna pattern. The overall impulse response for an omnidirectional antenna includes all paths. The technique used in Section 9.5 will be used for performance evaluation of systems with omnidirectional and sectored antennas, using the appropriate channel impulse response in each case. For the sectored antenna the impulse response associated with the sector receiving maximum power is used in the calculations. In other words, ideal selection combining is assumed to be used to process the diversity branches provided by the sectors of the antenna. Other diversity combining techniques or selection criteria may result in better performance in some cases, but selection diversity is considered the most attractive technique, due to its relative simplicity of implementation. To compare the performance of omnidirectional and sectored antennas, the received unfaded SNR 1 m from the transmitter is assumed to be the same for both antennas. As an example of calculation of the unfaded SNR, assuming that the received bandwidth B is 10 MHz, the noise temperature T is 290 K (17 C), the transmitter power is 100 mW, and the received front-end noise gure is 9 dB. Then the thermal noise, kTB, is 104 dBm [Lee89] at the receiving antenna, and thus the net noise level is 95 dBm. If we assume that the attenuation 1 m from the transmitter is 35 dB, the unfaded SNR will be 80 dB for both omnidirectional and sectored antennas. 9.6.1 Performance Prediction in an LOS Environment Of ce environments often include large, open inner areas. A simple square-room LOS environment will now be used to compare the performance of the four types of modems being examined. The receiver is assumed to be located at the center of the room, and the transmitter is located at many different locations throughout the room. Figure 9.21 illustrates outage probabilities versus data rate for systems using different modems in a 30- 30-m room. The transmitter power is assumed to be 100 mW. This gure illustrates that if a system with an omnidirectional antenna is used in a 30- 30-m room, the data rate can reach only 3 Mb/s, with an outage rate of 0.01, for an acceptable error rate of 10 5 . If a six-sector antenna system is used, and the selection criterion is to choose the sector with the highest received power, a data rate of 20 Mb/s can be achieved, whereas a system with a DFE can only reach a data rate of less than 15 Mb/s. The results in the gure indicate that a DFE modem with three forward taps and three feedback taps can operate successfully at a data rate of around 10 Mb/s but shows very high outage probabilities at data rates beyond about 15 Mb/s. However, it can be seen that a DFE modem operating with a sectored antenna can operate successfully at data rates up to about 40 Mb/s. Figure 9.22 shows outage probabilities versus unfaded SNR at 1 m from the transmitter for a BPSK modem operating at three different data rates with sectored antennas in a 30- 30-m room. It can be seen that the probabilities of outage show little sensitivity with respect to unfaded SNR when the transmitter power level is in the region of high unfaded SNR. Figure 9.23 shows the probabilities of outage versus room size (square room with one wall length given) for different modems with a transmitter power of 100 mW at a data rate of 20 Mb/s. For a room smaller than 20 20 m, it is dif cult to conclude from these results whether the sectored antenna or the DFE delivers better performance.
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This equation assumes that the channel gain is the same for all received symbols and that the channel gain has been compensated by the receiver. If this is not the case, then we have to minimize the expression: min
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