In this paper, it tries from experimental measurements to derive the required minimum antenna isolation and from using this minimum antenna isolation to have the MIMO to execute at its utmost efficiency. The issue of the minimum antenna isolation is actually the problem of pursuing the possible antenna module area of a multi-antenna system. As smaller size communication system is explored in real life the request of small size communication system has been discussed and many systems have been developed. To verify the feasibility of designing a multi-antenna and high throughput system is through the adopt of many MIMO technique implemented IEEE 802.11n 2x2 products to verify whether its throughput can be doubled. In this paper we integrate 4 2x2 AP antenna sets and under the operation of 8 antennas to attain the 1200 Mbps PHY rate through proper selection and design of available antennas, for 1200 Mbps PHY rate it is equivalently to have more then 600 Mbps throughput and with this implementation it is enable to prove the feasibility of the designed system.
Applied Mechanics and Materials 284-287, pp.2622-2626