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Antenna Spatial Structure Influence on Communication System Capacity in Consideration of Transmitting Antenna Rotation
Ryazan State Radio Engineering University, Department of Radio Engineering Devices, 390095, Ryazan, Russia
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Questions of technical implementation of communication system with different antenna spatial structures are discussed. The paper reviews the design of a system for data transmission from a rotating object to the ground receiving station with various spatial MIMO antenna structures. Different variants of the onboard antenna array with a different number of antennas are investigated. Values of the channel matrix for the communication system for the object rotating around the longitudinal axis are calculated. Transmission rate averaged over the period of rotation according to the position of the object on the trajectory and spatial structure of the ground receiving station is calculated.
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