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A 94-GHz Phased Array Antenna Using a Log-Periodic Antenna on a GaAs Substrate
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A 94-GHz Phased Array Antenna Using a Log-Periodic Antenna on a GaAs Substrate
Uhm, Won-Young; Ryu, Keun-Kwan; Kim, Sung-Chan;
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 Abstract
A 94-GHz phased array antenna using a log-periodic antenna has been developed on a GaAs substrate. The developed phased array antenna comprises four log-periodic antennas, a phase shifter, and a Wilkinson power divider. This antenna was fabricated using the standard microwave monolithic integrated circuit (MMIC) process including an air bridge for unipolar circuit implementations on the same GaAs substrate. The total chip size of the fabricated phased array antenna is 4.8 mm × 4.5 mm. Measurement results showed that the fabricated phased array antenna had a very wide band performance from 80 GHz to 110 GHz with return loss characteristics better than -10 dB. In the center frequency of 94 GHz, the fabricated phased array antenna showed a return loss of -16 dB and a gain of 4.43 dBi. The developed antenna is expected to be widely applied in many applications at W-band frequency.
 Keywords
1 4 array;94 GHz;Log-periodic antenna;Phase shifter;Wilkinson power divider;
 Language
English
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