Adaptive Rate Technology Goes the Distance

Levin, Gregg
July 2007
Wireless Design & Development;Jul2007, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p26
Trade Publication
The article discusses the adaptive rate technology in wireless frequency bands. It has been said that though recent advancements in adaptive rate technology provide a more compelling solution for these wireless frequency bands, adaptive modulation is not an attractive option in the case of gigabit speed radio links in the newer 60 and 80 GHz ranges. It was noted that temporary increases in link budget can be achieved by reducing over-the-air signal bandwidth instead of changing modulation order.


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