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Reconfigurable, circularly polarized and scanning antennas for wireless communications and sensors

Reconfigurable, circularly polarized and scanning antennas for wireless communications and sensors
Datum: 02. July 2018, 10:00 am

Reconfigurable, circularly polarized and scanning antennas for wireless communications and sensors

Dr Branka Jokanovic, Research Professor, Institute of Physics, University of Belgrade, Serbia, July 2nd, 10:00 am., Room 340, Building 30.10
Dr. Branka Jokanovic
Dr. Branka Jokanovic, Institute of Physics, University of Belgrade, Serbia

The overview of the recent development of high-gain, scanning and reconfigurable antennas obtained in the Project TR 32024 will be presented in this talk. High-gain printed microwave and millimeter wave antennas, both linearly and circularly polarized are discussed as well as reconfigurable circularly polarized antenna with switchable sense of polarization. Special attention has been devoted to the design of frequency scanning antennas based on matamaterial-inspired phase shifters. All presented antennas demonstrate considerable improvement of the efficiency, bandwidth of operation, axial ratio and frequency sensitivity. Also, they are very simple for manufacturing even at millimeter wave frequencies. Innovative design of these antennas and their excellent performances, which in many aspects outperform the characteristics of existing solutions, make them an excellent candidate for the future 5G networks.

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