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USING Hybrid Adaptive Techniques to Reduce Multipath Effects in S-PCN Mobile Terminals

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Multipath signal processing is a promising technique for increasing the capacity of downlink frequency of satellite communication networks (S-PCN). The paper presents an approach to processing and reducing multipath signals received from S-PCN typified of mobile terminal users in clustered or mountainous environment. Use of hybrid linear adaptive antenna array technique and adaptive filtering technique provides improved performance by eliminating uncorrelated signal residing in antenna sidelobes.

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S. Iwasokun and M. Kolawole, "USING Hybrid Adaptive Techniques to Reduce Multipath Effects in S-PCN Mobile Terminals," Communications and Network, Vol. 2 No. 4, 2010, pp. 246-250. doi: 10.4236/cn.2010.24035.

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