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On the Achieved Sum-Rate for Different Handset Grips

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This letter presents the results of analysis of data from a measurement campaign, carried out in Aalborg city, Denmark. The Virtual Signal to Interference plus Noise Ratio (VSINR) algorithm was employed in order to discover the achieved sum rate in cellular network systems. The results focus on the effect different handset (HS) grips have on the data rate achievement.
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VSINR; Sum- Rate; Measured Data; Handset Grips

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