Gridded parasitic patch stacked microstrip array antenna for 60 GHz band
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An array antenna design based on a gridded parasitic patch stacked microstrip antenna element is presented. The radiating part in the top layer of one antenna element has nine rectangular metal patches placed in a grid with three rows and three columns with a separation of 0.1 mm between the patches. Two means of realising the array are investigated. In a regular 2 × 2 concept, the parasitic patches of individual elements are placed next to each other, forming on the top layer a uniform grid of parasitic patches with six rows and six columns. In an alternative concept named as shared array, neighbouring antenna elements share one row and one column of parasitic patches, forming on the top layer a uniform grid of parasitic patches with five rows and five columns. The antenna arrays are designed for the 60 GHz band. The measured bandwidth is 13.8 GHz for the single antenna, 15.3 GHz for the 2 × 2 array, and 12.4 GHz for the shared array. The measured realised gain at 60 GHz is 6 dBi for the single antenna, 11 dBi for the 2 × 2 array, and 10.5 dBi for the shared array. The measured radiation patterns have good agreement with simulations.
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Ämnesklassifikation (UKÄ) – OBLIGATORISK
|Tidskrift||IET Microwaves, Antennas and Propagation|
|Status||Published - 2020|
|Peer review utförd||Ja|