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For radio broadcasting in tunnels and underground stations, LCXs have been researched and produced. A coaxial cable’s outer conductor will occasionally develop holes known as slits in a cable called LCX, which will allow some electrical signal to seep out to the outside.
The mobile robot receives information from the remote operator via radio waves that leak from the slits and travel around the LCX.
The entire cable can function as one antenna when the LCX is linked to an access point. By putting the LCX along the cable, the communication environment can be expanded over a large area.
It is still feasible to build a network between the access point and the LCX’s damaged portion, even if it is severed at some point along the road.
The Global LCX Digital Wireless Systems Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Leaky Coaxial Cable (LCX) created by Fujikura Ltd. is appropriate for implementing 22 MIMO, the company reported (Multiple Input Multiple Output).
In collaboration with Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International and Nara Institute of Science and Technology, it has been conducting research on the 2X2MIMO system, which employs an LCX that doubles as two antennas.
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