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Beam-forming firm secures $3.8 million

9/9/2010 12:12 PM EDT
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re: Beam-forming firm secures $3.8 million
elctrnx_lyf   9/11/2010 5:51:11 PM
There is a lot of research that is yet to be done in this area. The adaptive antenna system to improve the signal strength in the specified area depending on the number of users will be useful to reduce the power consumption of the cellular base stations. This will result in less power consumed base stations. Technologies such as Remote electrical tilting where the antenna direction controlled remotely is already produced by powerwave.

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