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Cloud Computing - Architecture and Applications
The cloud radio access network (C-RAN) is one of the most efficient, low-cost, and energy-efficient radio access techniques proposed as a potential candidate for the implementation of next-generation (NGN) mobile base stations (BSs). A high-performance C-RAN requires an exceptional broadband radio frequency (RF) front end that cannot be guaranteed without remarkable antenna elements. In response, we present state-of-theart antenna elements that are potential candidates for the implementation ofdoi:10.5772/67352 fatcat:kc3t2pxmqjb4zaizprxilnc6su