Feasibility study of optically transparent microstrip patch antenna by Rainee Simons

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  • Antenna radiation patterns.,
  • Patch antennas.,
  • Microstrip antennas.,
  • Optical equipment.

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StatementRainee N. Simons and Richard Q. Lee.
SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 107434
ContributionsLee, Richard Q., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL17127093M

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Abstract: The paper presents a feasibility study on optically transparent patch antennas with microstrip line and probe feeds. The two antennas operate at GHz and GHz respectively. They are constructed from a thin sheet of clear polyester with an AgHT-8 optically transparent Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Simons, Rainee N.

Feasibility study of optically transparent microstrip patch antenna (OCoLC)   This paper describes a feasibility study carried out on the performance of antennas made from different transparent conductors. and antennas (including microstrip and patch-type optically.

This paper describes a feasibility study carried out on the performance of antennas made from different transparent conductors. These antennas are compared to conventional copper-based antennas and an antenna made from (non-transparent) thin film aluminium.

The antenna type chosen was that of a microstrip dipole on a glass by: This paper describes a feasibility study carried out on the performance of antennas made from different transparent conductors. These antennas are compared to conventional copper-based antennas and an antenna made from (non-transparent) thin film aluminium.

The antenna type chosen was that of a microstrip dipole on a glass by: This paper presents a feasibility study on an optically transparent planar monopole lozenge antenna at the GHz industrial-scientific-medical (ISM) band. The feeding of this antenna is composed.

DOI: /TAP Corpus ID: Feasibility Study of Optically Transparent CPW-Fed Monopole Antenna at GHz ISM Bands @article{HautcoeurFeasibilitySO, title={Feasibility Study of Optically Transparent CPW-Fed Monopole Antenna at GHz ISM Bands}, author={J. Hautcoeur and L. Talbi and K. Hettak}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Antennas and.

Microstrip antenna & ground plane made with parallel wires Wires: silver-plated copper of cross section mm2 Glass substrate. Early transparent antenna M. Wu and K. Ito, “Basic study on see-through microstrip antennas constructed on a window glass,” in Proc.

IEEE AP-S Int. Symp., pp. –, 8. An optically transparent metamaterial absorber that can be obtained using inkjet printing technology is proposed. In order to make the metamaterial absorber optically transparent, an inkjet printer was used to fabricate a thin conductive loop pattern.

The loop pattern had a width of mm and was located on the top surface of the metamaterial absorber, and polyethylene terephthalate films. The first feasibility study of optically transparent antenna was conducted by National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Lewis Research Center Nyma Group.

They proposed two antennas with AgHT-8 optically transparent conductive coating deposited on sheets of clear polyester which operate at and GHz, respectively. An on-glass optically transparent monopole antenna with ultrawide bandwidth is presented in this work, and the proposed antenna is of ring shape and coplanar waveguide fed structure.

Optically transparent indium tin oxide (ITO) thin film with a thickness of ~ nm is used as the conductive layer, which is sputtered on an optically transparent glass substrate. A dual-stacked transparent patch antenna using silver coated polyester (AgHT-8) thin film as radiating element and perspex acrylic dielectric substrate as mechanical support is proposed.

Employing an air gap between the stacking structure is proven to exhibit better performance in terms of bandwidth and gain compared to a single structure patch antenna. Simons, R. N., R. Lee, and, "Feasibility study of optically transparent microstrip patch antenna M. S., M. Islam, and N. Misran, "A novel compact split ring slotted electromagnetic bandgap structure for microstrip patch antenna and C.

Furse, "A comparative study on two types of transparent patch antennas. 1. Simons and R. Lee, “ Feasibility study of optically transparent microstrip patch antenna,” in Proceedings of the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium Part 4 (of 4) (), pp.

– Google Scholar Crossref; 2. Outaleb, J. Pinel, M. Drissi, and O. Bonnaud, “ Microwave planar antenna with RF-sputtered indium tin oxide films,”. Transparent patch antenna has limitations in terms of narrow bandwidth (optically transparent U-shaped patch antennas are designed to resonate at GHz.

Both the antenna structures are optically transparent in the visible spectrum region. feasibility study of optically transparent microstrip patch antenna Xpic Tests Design and Analysis of Two Half-Ring and Half Circular Patch Antenna for Dual passband Applications.

A novel optically transparent ultra-wideband (UWB) disc monopole antenna is proposed. The antenna is fed by a 50 Ω coplanar waveguide and its operational bandwidth is measured from 1 to GHz.

Gain and radiation patterns are also presented. The antenna exhibits omnidirectional and monopole-like radiation patterns at low frequencies for the H-plane and E-plane, respectively. By controlling the phase and magnitude of the input signal assigned to each antenna element and the number of array elements, the radiation pattern can be steered in a desired direction with a preferred level of gain.

In this example, a 4 x 2 array of patch antennas is fed from a single feed point, with all elements fed at equal phase and. the monopole antenna, it °ows on patch and ground in the PIFA. As a matter of fact, the PIFA We have investigated a PIFA and a monopole antenna made of transparent conductive fllms.

This \Feasibility study of optically transparent microstrip patch antenna," IEEE AP-S Int. Symp., {, Montreal, Canada, Jul. Outaleb, M. Transparent patch antenna on a-Si thin-film glass solar module. M.J.

Roo-Ons, S.V. Shynu, M.J. Ammann, S.J. McCormack and B. Norton. An optically transparent microstrip patch mounted on the surface of a commercially available solar module is proposed. The patch comprises a thin sheet of clear polyester with a conductive coating.

The amor. The rectangular antenna dimensions and coordinates are displayed in Figure 1(a). Usually, the patch length L is between λ 0 /3 and λ 0 /2, and its width W is smaller than λ 0 while the substrate thickness d is very small. To be a resonant antenna, the length L should be around half of the wavelength.

Antenna pattern control using impedance surfaces [microform]: semiannual progress report, Ma Feasibility study of optically transparent microstrip patch antenna [microform] /. Communication Link Analysis.

Walter O. Angol Introduction: • Communication link analysis provides the foundation for analyzing a wireless communication link • The purpose is to evaluate the signal to noise ratio at the receiver to assess the link performance • Evaluation of the signal power and noise power requires the path loss and receiver system noise temperature, respectively.

[1] R. Simons and R. Lee, "Feasibility study of optically transparent microstrip patch antenna," in Proceedings of the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium.

Part 4 (of 4), pp.July [1] Simons RN, Lee RQ. ‘Feasibility study of optically transparent microstrip patch antenna,’ International Symposium and Radio Science Meeting, Montreal, Canada, July [2] Li QL, Cheung SW, Wu D, Yuk TI.

Optically transparent dual-band MIMO antenna using micro-metal mesh conductive film for WLAN system. Rainee N. Simons and Richard Q.

Lee, “Feasibility Study of Optically Transparent Microstrip Patch Antenna,” NASA Technical Memorandum 2. Kiyoshi Oshima, NObutaka Kidera, Kazuhiko Niwano, Koji Ikawa, Ryuta Sonoda and Shigeo Kawasaki, “Use of a. Feasibility study of PDMS embedded transparent conductive fabric for the realization of transparent flexible antennas conductive fabric embedded in PDMS is evaluated for the wearable antenna application by fabricating a simple patch antenna operating at GHz and testing its performance.

The antenna prototype has been fabricated by using. At the end of the last century, NASA scientists pioneered the idea of using an optically transparent film to create an antenna [1].Inthe Outaleb research team at Rennes First University in France first proposed the idea of using the ITO thin films to produce optically transparent antennas [2].So far, optically transparent antennas have been studied for more than a decade.

Although the antenna presented in this paper is a UWB antenna, only an operating range of to GHz for power scavenging is possible due to the limitation of the narrowband rectifier used for the study.

Index Terms—Energy, rectenna, transparent, UWB. INTRODUCTION T. [22] Simons R. and Lee R. Q., “ Feasibility Study of Optically Transparent Microstrip Patch Antenna,” IEEE Antennas Propagation Society International Symposium on Radio Science Meeting Digest, IEEE Publ., Piscataway, NJ,pp.

– In this study, a GHz OTM (optically transparent microstrip) patch antenna array is designed, fabricated and measured. Gold meshes are implemented for the two layers of the antenna. A numerical parametric study on the positioning of the two meshed layers is performed to give design considerations and optimize both the electromagnetic and.

Transparent patch antenna on a-Si thin-film glass solar module M.J. Roo-Ons, S.V. Shynu, M.J. Ammann, S.J. McCormack and B. Norton An optically transparent microstrip patch mounted on the surface of a commercially available solar module is proposed.

The patch comprises a thin sheet of clear polyester with a conductive coating. The amor. Yasin, T., R. Baktur, and C.

Furse, "A comparative study on two types of transparent patch antennas," XXXth URSI General Assembly and Scientific Symposium,[] Kasabegoudar, V. and A. Kumar, "Dual band coplanar capacitive coupled microstrip antennas with and without air gap for wireless applications," Progress In.

In this paper, the feasibility of the VeilShield-PDMS composite towards the realization of flexible, robust and transparent antennas is assessed by investigating the morphology of the composite and exploring the RF performance of a microstrip patch antenna, fabricated using this.

Antenna efficiency is improved by increasing conductivity in areas of the thin-film surface found to have concentrated current flow. The method enables the improvement of the efficiency of antennas having transparent thin-film conducting surfaces, without unnecessarily obstructing the optical view through the thin-film surfaces of the antennas.

The synthesized gain of an 8×8 microstrip patch antenna array; The single patch antenna gain, 8×8 uniform array factor, and 8×8 microstrip patch antenna array gain plotted in dB scale.

The far-field gain pattern of a virtual 8×8 microstrip patch antenna array. The minimum range for the plot may change the visual sharpness of the main beam. Harshvardhan Tiwari, M.V. Kartikeyan, \A stacked microstrip patch antenna loaded with U{shaped slots,"Frequenz, Issue. 5{6, June 5.

Jgannath Malik, M.V. Kartikeyan, \A stacked equilateral triangular patch antenna with Sierpinski gasket fractal for WLAN applications," Progress In Electromagnetics Research{Letters, pp. 71{ One other method to make the antennas optically transparent is to build the antennas out of meshed conductors as studied in several publications [7{9].

This technology consists of changing the microstrip patch antenna from a solid sheet of metal to a wire mesh. The. A feasibility study of a real‐time visualization method for electromagnetic fields.

A Gbps all‐optical orthogonal frequency division multiplexing based on discrete Haar wavelet transform for radio over fiber system RCS reduction using a wideband dual logarithmic step patch PRRM in microstrip patch antenna.

Anand Swaminathan. However, patch antenna occupies nanosatellite body surface and make sufficient integration of solar cells a complex problem.

To mitigate this problem transparent patch antennas have been addressed [9, 10] but it is difficult to obtain operating band in lower UHF due to design restriction.

A printed patch antenna has been presented in that. FEASIBILITY STUDY OF OPTICALLY TRANSPARENT MICROSTRIP PATCH ANTENNA. Raines Bryan Dennis. Design of Miniaturized compact multi-band Microstrip Patch Antenna. Rfi Checklist. compact microstrip band reject filter.

Pim. Andrew DDBXNHA-VTM. Micro Strip Antenna. RN OCT TNCourseplan.Abstract. PhDCarbon nanotubes (CNT) and their applications is a field which has attract a lot of interest in the past two decades.

Since the first invention of CNTs inand in view of utilising nanoantennas, the focus in many laboratories around the world has shifted to trying to lengthen nanotubes longer from nanometers to few centimeters.• A microstrip or patch antenna is a low-profile antenna that has a number of advantages over other antennas: it is lightweight, inexpensive, and electronics like LNA’s and SSPA’s can be integrated with these antennas quite easily • Testing over-the-air devices at the die and package level effectively with microstrip patch antennas.

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