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FIGURE 11.31. Topographic plan of Ben Gurion university campuses.
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Two sectoral antennas, with three sectors 52, 408, and 400, arranged only according to preliminary experiments, cover an area of the university and together give the pure coverage of radiated energy (see Fig. 11.32). Results presented in Figure 11.32 show that the three sectors cannot fully cover the university s
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FIGURE 11.32. Radio coverage of two sectoral antennas, numbered 52 and 400, and shown in Fig. 11.31.
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FIGURE 11.33. Radio coverage of three sectoral antennas, numbered 52, 400 and 408, according to the theoretical prediction of their new parameters.
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