As each generation of cell phone networks is developed there is a leap-frog phenomenon with the technologies that enable them. Faster, more efficient networks depend on faster, more efficient components from end to end. There are many components in a cellular network, but one of the basic components is the antenna, and there is no lack of progress in developing advanced antennas to send and receive our cell phone signals faster and more reliably.
As far back as 1993 the MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) antenna has been in use with many wireless networks. The idea is to use more…click for full article