Publication detail

Circular Slot Antenna Array Printed on 3D Textile Substrate

ŠPŮREK, J. RAIDA, Z. LÁČÍK, J. MIKULÁŠEK, T. VÉLIM, J. PRÁŠEK, J.

Original Title

Circular Slot Antenna Array Printed on 3D Textile Substrate

English Title

Circular Slot Antenna Array Printed on 3D Textile Substrate

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

In the paper, a design of an antenna array consist-ing of circular slots is presented. The array is expected to be integrated into textile upholstery of a vehicle, therefore a 3D textile material is chosen as a substrate. Metallic layers are screen-printed by a silver paste. The array is fed by a textile integrated waveguide which walls are sewed by a conductive thread. The array is optimized for the center frequency of the band-group VI (8 GHz) of UWB communica-tion channels. The design is verified by measurements.

English abstract

In the paper, a design of an antenna array consist-ing of circular slots is presented. The array is expected to be integrated into textile upholstery of a vehicle, therefore a 3D textile material is chosen as a substrate. Metallic layers are screen-printed by a silver paste. The array is fed by a textile integrated waveguide which walls are sewed by a conductive thread. The array is optimized for the center frequency of the band-group VI (8 GHz) of UWB communica-tion channels. The design is verified by measurements.

Keywords

Antenna arrays, screen printing, slot antennas, textile technology, wireless access in vehicular.

Released

30.10.2017

Publisher

International Society for Science and Engineering, o.s.

Location

Brno

Pages from

141

Pages to

144

Pages count

4

BibTex


@article{BUT138761,
  author="Jan {Špůrek} and Zbyněk {Raida} and Jaroslav {Láčík} and Tomáš {Mikulášek} and Jan {Vélim} and Jan {Prášek}",
  title="Circular Slot Antenna Array Printed on 3D Textile Substrate",
  annote="In the paper, a design of an antenna array consist-ing of circular slots is presented. The array is expected to be integrated into textile upholstery of a vehicle, therefore a 3D textile material is chosen as a substrate. Metallic layers are screen-printed by a silver paste. The array is fed by a textile integrated waveguide which walls are sewed by a conductive thread. The array is optimized for the center frequency of the band-group VI (8 GHz) of UWB communica-tion channels. The design is verified by measurements.",
  address="International Society for Science and Engineering, o.s.",
  chapter="138761",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="International Society for Science and Engineering, o.s.",
  number="5",
  volume="19",
  year="2017",
  month="october",
  pages="141--144",
  publisher="International Society for Science and Engineering, o.s.",
  type="journal article - other"
}