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 Title & Authors
Bandpass Antenna-Filter-Antenna Arrays for Millimeter-Wave Filtering Applications
Kaouach, Hamza; Kabashi, Amar; Simsim, Mohammed T.;
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 Abstract
This paper introduces new wideband antenna-filter-antenna (AFA) uniform arrays that can be utilized as frequency selective surfaces (FSS) with low loss and sharp roll-off response, which are highly desirable characteristics for millimeter wave applications. The design adopts a simple 3-layer single polarization structure consisting of two patch antennas and a resonator. Both simulations and measurements are used to characterize the performances of the proposed design. Overall results show 18.5% 10-dB bandwidth. For the targeted band the insertion loss is less than 0.2 dB. Possible applications include quasi-optical amps, grid mixers and radomes for aircraft radar antennas.
 Keywords
Antenna-Filter-Antenna;Bandpass Filter Antenna;Frequency-Selective-Surfaces;Gaussian Optics Measurement System;
 Language
English
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