Donald R. Brown
"This thesis develops a system for synchronizing two wireless transmitters so that they are able to implement a distributed beamformer in several different channel models. This thesis considers a specific implementation of the system and proposes a metric to quantify its performance. The system's performance is investigated in single-path and multi-path time-invariant channel scenarios, as well as in single-path time-varying channel scenarios. Where prior systems have difficulty in implementing a distributed beamformer in multi-path channels and/or mobile scenarios, the results of this thesis show that the Round-Trip Time-Division distributed beamforming system is able to perform as a beamformer in all three of the channel models considered. "
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Electrical & Computer Engineering
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Coey, Tyson Curtis, "Round-Trip Time-Division Distributed Beamforming" (2007). Masters Theses (All Theses, All Years). 904.
distributed beamforming, carrier synchronization, Wireless communications systems