Millimeter Wave Antennas for 5G Mobile Terminals and Base Stations
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Providing a single valued assessment of the performance of a process is often one of the greatest challenges to a Quality professional. Process capability indices (PCIs) precisely does this job. For processes having single measurable quality characteristic, there are ample number of PCIs, deﬁned in literature. The situation worsens for multivariate processes, i.e. where there are more than one correlated quality characteristics. Since in most situations quality professionals face multiple quality characteristics to be controlled through a process, Multivariate Process Capability Indices (MPCIs) become order of the day. However, there is no book which addresses and explains diﬀerent MPCIs and their properties. The literterature of Multivariate Process Capability Indices (MPCIs) is not well organized, in a sense that, a thorough and systematic discussion on the various MPCIs is hardly available in literature.
Handbook of Multivariate Process Capability Indices provides an extensive study on the MPCIs deﬁned for various types of speciﬁcation regions. This book is intended to help quality professionals to understand which MPCI should be used and in what situation. For researchers in this ﬁeld, the book provides a thorough discussion about each of the MPCIs developed till date along with their statistical and analytical properties. Also, real life examples are provided for almost all the MPCIs discussed in the book. This helps both the researchers and the quality professionals alike to have a better understanding of the MPCIs, which otherwise, becomes diﬃcult to understand, since there are more than one quality characteristics to be controlled at a time.
• A complete guide for quality professionals on the usage of diﬀerent MPCIs.
• A step by step discussion on multivariate process capability analysis, starting from a brief discussion on univariate indices.
• A single source for all kinds of MPCIs developed so far. • Comprehensive analysis of the MPCIs including analysis of real-life data.
• References provided at the end of each chapter encompasses the entire literature available on the respective topic.
• Interpretation of the MPCIs and development of threshold values of many MPCIs are also included.
This reference book is aimed at the post graduate students in industrial Statistics. It will also serve researchers working in the ﬁeld of Industrial Statistics as well as for practitioners requiring a thorough guidance regarding selection of an appropriate MPCI suitable for the problem in hand.
Table of Contents
- Conformal antennas for mobile terminals
- Flexible antennas for mobile terminals
- Compact antennas with pattern diversity
- Pattern diversity antennas for Base stations
- Shared Aperture antenna with pattern diversity for Base stations
- Co-design of 4G LTE and mmWave 5G antennas for mobile terminals
- Corner bent phased array for 5G mobile terminals
- Fabrication and Measurement challenges at mmWaves
- Research Avenues in antenna designs for 5G and beyond
Shiban K Koul received B.E. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Regional Engineering College, Srinagar in 1977, and M.Tech and PhD degrees in Microwave Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, India in 1979 and 1983, respectively. He is a Dr. R.P.Shenoy Astra Microwave Chair Professor at the Centre for Applied Research in Electronics where he is involved in teaching and research activities. His research interests include: RF MEMS, High Frequency Wireless Communication, Microwave Engineering, Microwave Passive and Active Circuits, Device modeling, Millimeter wave IC design and Reconfigurable microwave circuits including antennas. He served as the Deputy Director (Strategy and Planning) at the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi from 2012-2016 and is currently Deputy Director, Strategy & Planning IIT Jammu. He also served as the Chairman of M/S Astra Microwave Pvt. Ltd, a major private company involved in the Development of RF and Microwave systems in India. He is author/co-author of 418 Research Papers, 9 state-of-the art books and 3 book chapters. He has successfully completed 34 major sponsored projects, 52 consultancy projects and 53 Technology Development Projects. He holds 8 patents and 6 copyrights. Karthikeya G. S received his undergraduate degree in electronics and communication engineering in the year 2010 from Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum. He received Master’s degree in Microwave engineering from University of Kerala in 2012. He worked as an assistant professor in Visvesvaraya technological university from 2013 to 2016. He has authored or co-authored more than twenty five articles in peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings. He has also filed three Indian patents. His research interests include mmWave antennas for mobile terminals and base stations. He is a member of IEEE-Antenna Propagation Society and Antenna Test and Measurement society. He serves as a reviewer of ACES, IEEE Access and Cambridge IJMWT