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Spatial decorrelation of frequency division duplex links

Spatial decorrelation of frequency division duplex links

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It is shown that decorrelation between power azimuth spectrums for incremental duplex separation becomes significant for frequency offsets as small as 5 MHz. The results reported are computed from measured data taken within the UMTS frequency band.


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