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The invention relates generally to the field of wireless communication, and more particularly to millimeter wave wireless communications and antenna systems and components.
The burgeoning demand for wireless communication services has resulted in a corresponding growth in the demand for systems that will provide for the reliable transmission of information (e.g., data, voice, and video) from one location to another over relatively long distances at relatively high throughput rates. This demand has led to the development of different wireless communication technologies, including, for example, cellular telephony, Wireless Local Area Networks (“WLANs”), and wireless sensor networks.
Current wireless communication systems provide for reliable and rapid transfer of data over relatively long distances. Such systems, however, are generally constructed using technology that is legacy in nature. For example, most wireless communication technologies were developed with the advancement of wireless telephony in mind, as opposed to wireless Internet, for example. Thus, much of the infrastructure that is currently used for wireless telephony was developed and optimized for voice communications, while other types of communications, such as, for example, data communication, were not given the same priority. Consequently, the efficiency and reliability of such systems are not optimized for data communication.
To this end, many technologies are being developed to provide for the wireless transmission of data over relatively long distances at relatively high throughput rates. For example, a new standard, known as IEEE 802.11n, has been developed that uses techniques, such as, for example, Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing (“OFDM”) to communicate data at relatively high throughput rates over relatively long distances. This new standard is designed to permit data to be more efficiently and reliably transferred over wireless systems.
Unfortunately, many of the components, infrastructure, and architecture that are currently being developed to support the use of such technologies for data communication are not compatible with legacy systems. For example, OFDM, used to carry data over the air, is incompatible with traditional communication architectures that are used to modulate radio frequency (“RF”) carriers and send the modulated RF carriers over wireless communication systems. This incompatibility limits the ability to efficiently combine the use of