A 28-GHz, multi-layered, circularly polarized, electrically small, Huygens source antenna
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- IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, 2018, 2017-October pp. 1 - 3
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© 2017 IEEE. A 28 GHz, multi-layered, circularly-polarized (CP), Huygens source electrically small antenna (ESA) is presented. The CP radiation is realized by integrating two orthogonal linearly polarized Huygens source EASs into one with an asymmetrical arc strip feed providing the necessary 90° phase difference. Finally, the CP Huygens source ESA exhibits the properties: ka = 0.942; 1.41% FBW-10dB with a 0.47% 3-dB axial ratio (AR) fractional bandwidth; and peak realized gain, FTBR, and radiation efficiency values are 2.03 dBi, 26.72 dB, and 73.4%, respectively. To confirm its efficacy for on-body applications, the specific absorption rate (SAR) values of the Huygens source ESA is evaluated and found to be very low.
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