Electromagnetic bandgap antennas and components for microwave and (Sub)millimeter wave applications
journal contributionposted on 01.03.2012 by Peter de Maagt, Ramon Gonzalo, J. C. Vardaxoglou, Jean-Marc Baracco
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This paper reviews the primary application areas of electromagnetic bandgap (EBG) technology at microwave and (sub)millimeter wave frequencies. Examples of EBG configurations in the microwave region include array antennas, high precision GPS, mobile telephony, wearable antennas and diplexing antennas. In the submillimeter wave region a 500 GHz dipole configuration and a novel heterodyne mixer is shown for the first time. Some emphasis is also placed on EBG waveguides and filters. As most fundamental components will be available in EBG technology, a fully integrated receiver could be developed in order to take full advantage of this technology. True integration of passive and active components can now begin to materialise using EBG technology.
- Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering