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Development of UWB Sinuous Antenna with Dielectric Lens for 3~6 GHz Band Application
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 Title & Authors
Development of UWB Sinuous Antenna with Dielectric Lens for 3~6 GHz Band Application
Lee, Dong Real;
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 Abstract
Recently, Impulse radars using UWB technologies are widely use for measuring distance, or for transmitting uncompressed high resolution videos. However, since the UWB band spans over octave bands, it is not easy to design such a system. Wide band impedance matching is required for antennas and other RF area. In this study, we designed and fabricated sinuous antenna for 3~6 GHz octave band application. We also designed and attached a dielectric lens to improved the directional gain of the antenna. The gain of the antenna was 6~10 dBi. The dielectric lens attached sinuous antenna was used to transmit HD video data. The maximum reach distance was 90 meter with 10mW power.
 Keywords
antenna;UWB;sinuous antenna;directional gain;octave band;dielectric lens;
 Language
Korean
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