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Wi-Fi(無線網) antenna(空中線)(1) 検索論文拝読

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無線網(Wifi) と 空中線(antenna)

Wifi と antennaで検索した論文を拝読

https://researchgate.net
で「 wifi antenna 」で検索して出てきた論文で,download可能な次の文献を起点に、参考文献の参考文献を一覧
WiFi-Friendly Building to Enable WiFi Signal Indoor
Article · March 2018
Suherman Suherman
University of Sumatera Utara
http://journal.portalgaruda.org/index.php/EEI/article/view/871
http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1755-1315/126/1/012022
を拝読。

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12) Evolution towards broadband wireless systems
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0202) Radio Wave Propagation
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0208) radio propagation in urban area
0209) fading channel issues in system engineering
0210) communications systems engineering
0211) mobie communications engineering
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0213) simulation of communication systems 2nd
0214) digital communication over fading channels, 2nd
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1 no 論文がない、中身がない 公開していない researchgateで請願する
2 reverse 自分が論文をかかなきゃ 自分が書いてないと論文請願しづらい survey論文を1年以内に書く
3 other than 現実に困っている問題と、論文に書かれている問題との間に隙間があるかもしれない 網羅的に探せていない。実用的な雑誌を網羅していない。 現実の問題の一覧を作成し、論文との対応表を作り、論文のない領域を、別の分野で探す。
4 more 書籍のような大きいものもある ネットで公開しているひとがいる 読むっきゃない
5 less 草稿、記録など小さい ネットは便利だから小さいものもおける ひとまず数に入れない
6 as well as 将来の技術が予測できる内容のものが見当たらない 自分が予測できてないのでどの分野で探せばいいかわかっていない 材料、構造、数学など3つ以上の異なる分野で探す
7 part of 論文の部分しかない 草稿、記録の一部を保存しているらしい 全体の論文を探す、問い合わせる
8 early どんどん集まってしまう ネットで公開している人が多い 作業の期間におうじて論文数の上限を決めておく
9 late 非公開の論文の開示の返事が遅い ファイルを持っている著者じゃない場合がある ファイルを持っている著者を紹介してもらって、請願する
10 before 集まる前に読んでいたことがある 通信の論文Surveyは過去に数度している 過去に読んだことがあるものは、一つの書くにいちづける
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