Electrically Small, Highly Efficient, Huygens Circularly Polarized Rectenna for Wireless Power Transfer Applications
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- 13th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, EuCAP 2019, 2019
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© 2019 European Association on Antennas and Propagation. This paper introduces the first realized electrically small, highly efficient, Huygens circularly polarized (HCP) rectenna for wireless power transfer applications. It is designed to operate at the 915 MHz in the corresponding ISM band. It is realized through the seamless integration of an electrically small HCP antenna and a highly efficient rectifier circuit. The electrically small HCP antenna consists of four electrically small near-field resonant parasitic (NFRP) elements: two Egyptian axe dipoles (EADs) and two capacitively loaded loops (CLLs). The rectifier is a full-wave rectifying circuit based on HSMS286C diodes. It is integrated with the HCP antenna on its bottom layer via a coplanar stripline (CPS) without occupying any additional space. A HCP rectenna prototype was successfully fabricated and tested. It is electrically small (ka < 0.77) with a radius R = λ0 / 8 and a height H = λ0 / 25. Excellent CP radiation absorption capacity is observed. The measured peak AC to DC conversion efficiency reaches 82%. Being electrically small and highly efficient, the reported HCP rectenna is an ideal candidate for wirelessly powering internet-of-things (IoT) devices in many emerging IoT applications.
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