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Wireless Bandwidth Optimisation


Researchers at Loughborough University Communications department are developing a technique to make better use of the spectrum. The plan is to increase coverage and provide better service to those searching the internet through wireless technology.

One way to accomplish this is the use of multiple antennas at the base station transmitter allowing it to send signals to many people at the same time in the same frequency band. This method is often referred to as spatial diversity. The main things that the research intends to do is to simultaneously increase the data rate, serve multiple users at the same time, and increase the coverage area.

The project uses advanced mathematical techniques known as convex optimization. This technique aims to increase the signal radius which theoretically should help keep a consistent, high data rate coverage when the individual is on the move.

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