Wireless Communication Using Dual Antenna Arrays is based on award-winning research conducted at the University of California, Berkeley. The information in this book will be vital to practicing engineers, industrial researchers, scientists, graduate and postgraduate researchers, and others working in the wireless communications field-in short, all of those who want to learn about the exciting new paradigm of dual-antenna arrays. Wireless Communication Using Dual Antenna Arrays takes the reader beyond the wide deployment of smart antennas to explore the use of antenna arrays at both ends of the wireless link. Dual-antenna arrays will become a key technology for future wireless systems, providing enormous capacity increases that will enable high-speed mobile Internet access, enhanced-capacity wireless local loops, wireless high-definition video transport, and other exciting applications. The theory of dual-antenna array systems is not a straightforward extension of the existing theory of single antenna-to-multiple antenna communications. Wireless Communication Using Dual Antenna Arrays treats several key topics in depth, including signal propagation, transmit power allocation, information-theoretic channel capacity, and coding and decoding techniques. The book details the present state of the art, the future direction, and the implementation of dual-array systems. Important research describing how to exploit, rather than mitigate, multipath fading effects is presented. Wireless Communication Using Dual Antenna Arrays is an essential reference tool for engineers and researchers working in the wireless area. It may also be used as a text in advanced undergraduate and graduate courses on wireless communications. A basic knowledge of signal processing, linear system theory, digital communications, and information theory is assumed.Shiu, Da S. is the author of 'Wireless Communication Using Dual Antenna Arrays', published 1999 under ISBN 9780792386803 and ISBN 0792386809.