TENXC WIRELESS INC.
|TENXC WIRELESS INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20110199279||PATCH ANTENNA, ELEMENT THEREOF AND FEEDING METHOD THEREFOR - Various embodiments of a patch antenna, element thereof and method of feeding therefor are described. In general, the patch antenna is configured to generate orthogonal beams and comprises an array of patch elements each contributing to the orthogonal beams and comprising one or more resonators, a base reflector, and a dual feed mechanism. The dual feed mechanism generally comprises two pairs of feeding elements, each one of which comprising substantially balanced feeds configured to drive a respective one of the orthogonal beams via substantially anti-phase capacitive coupling.||08-18-2011|
|20090163214||ASYMMETRICAL BEAMS FOR SPECTRUM EFFICIENCY - A method and apparatus for increasing capacity and performance of a base station for a sectorized cellular wireless network is disclosed in which one of the sector antennas is replaced or supplanted by a novel sub-sector antenna that generates a plurality of asymmetrical sub-sector coverage areas that collectively substantially cover the coverage area of the replaced sector antenna. The use of asymmetrical coverage areas permits the total coverage area to closely approximate the symmetrical sector coverage area without creating excessively large sub-sector handover zones or introducing severe degradation in the network performance. This in turn permits the selective replacement of a single sector antenna rather than the wholesale replacement of all sector antennas in a region, leading to lower transitional costs and the ability to provide a focused approach to capacity planning.||06-25-2009|
|20090091499||Patch Radiator with Cavity Backed Slot - A patch radiator for use in beamformed or steerable antenna systems which maximizes upper frequency limit and simultaneously minimizes the lower frequency limit, by providing an annular patch configuration in which a central region of the patch element is devoid of material, whereby this central region is of a different shape from the shape of the exterior perimeter of the patch element. One possible configuration of such a patch radiator comprises a square exterior shape, enclosing a central circular region of removed material. In this manner, the upper frequency limit threshold tends to rise as the interior annular perimeter is reduced. Preferably, the exterior and interior perimeters have no interior angles of more than 180°.||04-09-2009|
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