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Equivalent circuits of planar filtering antennas fed by apertures

Originální název

Equivalent circuits of planar filtering antennas fed by apertures

Anglický název

Equivalent circuits of planar filtering antennas fed by apertures

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The paper is focused on a design of a three-element filtering patch antenna array using an equivalent-circuit approach. The array is requested to exhibit a prescribed frequency response of a realized gain which corresponds to the output signal of a band-pass filter. When implementing the antenna, no filter elements are allowed to be used. Such an antenna can become a good candidate for the design of filtering antennas (filtennas). We present an equivalent circuit of such an antenna array. The equivalent circuit is validated by a full-wave model of the antenna. The equivalent circuit is transformed to a low-pass prototype filter. The low-pass prototype filter is intended to be exploited for the synthesis of filtering antenna arrays.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper is focused on a design of a three-element filtering patch antenna array using an equivalent-circuit approach. The array is requested to exhibit a prescribed frequency response of a realized gain which corresponds to the output signal of a band-pass filter. When implementing the antenna, no filter elements are allowed to be used. Such an antenna can become a good candidate for the design of filtering antennas (filtennas). We present an equivalent circuit of such an antenna array. The equivalent circuit is validated by a full-wave model of the antenna. The equivalent circuit is transformed to a low-pass prototype filter. The low-pass prototype filter is intended to be exploited for the synthesis of filtering antenna arrays.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT108055,
  author="Martin {Kufa} and Zbyněk {Raida} and Jordi {Mateu}",
  title="Equivalent circuits of planar filtering antennas fed by apertures",
  annote="The paper is focused on a design of a three-element filtering patch antenna array using an equivalent-circuit approach. The array is requested to exhibit a prescribed frequency response of a realized gain which corresponds to the output signal of a band-pass filter. When implementing the antenna, no filter elements are allowed to be used. Such an antenna can become a good candidate for the design of filtering antennas (filtennas). We present an equivalent circuit of such an antenna array. The equivalent circuit is validated by a full-wave model of the antenna. The equivalent circuit is transformed to a low-pass prototype filter. The low-pass prototype filter is intended to be exploited for the synthesis of filtering antenna arrays.",
  booktitle="20th International Conference on Microwaves, Radar and Wireless Communications MIKON 2014",
  chapter="108055",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2014",
  month="june",
  pages="645--648",
  type="conference paper"
}