Project

Efficient Wireless Antenna Sharing

Groups

It has been theoretically proven that a wireless diversity scheme that utilizes a relay node to assist in conveying information is more efficient in throughput and transmission power. This project aims to construct and demonstrate such a system and its feasibility in a viral architecture. Optimal transmitters, relays, and receivers are built and their collaboration is measured and compared to theoretical results. Methods to exploit the benefits of such a scheme are explored.

It has been theoretically proven that a wireless diversity scheme that utilizes a relay node to assist in conveying information is more efficient in throughput and transmission power. This project aims to construct and demonstrate such a system and its feasibility in a viral architecture. Optimal transmitters, relays, and receivers are built and their collaboration is measured and compared to theoretical results. Methods to exploit the benefits of such a scheme are explored.