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6th IEEE High Frequency Postgraduate Colloquium (Cat. No.01TH8574)
Given the potential market for wireless LAN W A N ) technology, capacity within the available 2 and 5GHz frequency bands is likely to fall short of market demands. Multiple-sector antenna arrays are known to be able to provide capacity enhancement by means of interference reduction through spatial filtering. In this paper, the performance of an eightelement circular array acting as an Access Point (AP) in indoor wireless LAN environments is analysed. Spatial-temporal channel data used witlhindoi:10.1109/hfpsc.2001.962155 fatcat:zlgkozhzgfhbjhkqeq6sbcg35m