Winters, Jack H. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: +1 732 345-3136; Fax: +1 732 345-3038 Room: 4-148 Address: 100 SCHULTZ DR, RED BANK, NJ 07701-7033 United States
- J. H. Winters, "Smart Antennas for Wireless Systems," IEEE PersonalCommunications Magazine, February 1998.
- J. H. Winters, "The Diversity Gain of Transmit Diversity in Wireless Systems,"IEEETrans. on Vehicular Technology, February 1998.
- J. H. Winters and C. C. Martin, and T. Zhang, "A Two-Element Adaptive AntennaArray for IS-136 PCS Base Stations," Proc. UCSD Conference on WirelessCommunications, March 1998.
- J. H. Winters and C. C. Martin, "Forward Link Smart Antennas and PowerControl for IS-136," Proc. IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference,May 1998.
- 4,639,914 A Wireless PBX/LAN System with Optimum Combining, 1/27/87
- 4,789,983 Wireless Network for Wideband Indoor Communications, A. S. Acamporaand J. H. Winters, 12/6/88
- 5,119,196 Ghost Cancellation of Analog TV Signals, Ender Ayanoglu, IsraelBar-David, Richard Gitlin, Chih-Lin I, and J. H. Winters, 6/2/92
- 5,191,462 Fiber Optic Transmission Distortion Compensation, R.D. Gitlin,S. Kasturia, R. Swartz, and J.H. Winters, 3/2/93
- 5,285,305 Optical Communication Network With Passive Monitoring, L. Cohenand J. H .Winters, 2/8/94
- 5,299,047 Ternary Data Communication Using Multiple Polarizations, S. Kasturiaand J. H. Winters, 3/29/94
- 5,311,346 Fiber-Optic Transmission Polarization-Dependent Distortion Compensation,Z. J Haas, C. D. Poole, M. A. Santoro, and J.H. Winters, 5/10/94
- 5,388,088 Multiple Polarization Sensitive Detection Arrangement for FiberOptic Communications, M. J. Gans, S. Kasturia, and J. H. Winters, 2/7/95
- 5,481,570 Block Radio and Adaptive Arrays for Wireless Systems, 1/2/96
- 5,675,285 Multichannel Predistortion Linearizer for Multiple Amplifierswith Multiple Antennas,10/7/97
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