Comment on “A Look at the Concept of Channel Capacity from a Maxwellian Viewpoint” [Letters to the Editor]

In the feature article ldquoA look at the concept of channel capacity from a maxwellian viewpointrdquo by Sarkar et al. [1], the authors compare Shann... Channel capacity - Voltage - Impedance - Quantization - Uncertainty - Receiving antennas - Noise figure - Signal to noise ratio - Silicon compounds - antennas - channel capacity - mobile communication - polarisation - radiofrequency interference - channel capacity - Maxwellian viewpoint - matching impedance - interference pattern - vertically-polarized antenna - mobile communication - Entropy - channel capacity - information rates - Maxwellian physics - Poynting theorem - near field - far field - communication systems - information transmission - wireless communication systems - land mobile radio cellular systems - wireless LAN - Hartley's law - Shannon channel capacity
Author:  D. P. Kimber

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