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Volume 12, Issue 7 - Dec 2001
Volume 12, Issue 6 - Oct 2001
Volume 12, Issue 5 - Aug 2001
Volume 12, Issue 4 - Jun 2001
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A Study on the Performance Improvement of Asynchronous W-CDMA System
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 853~864
In this paper, system model is based on proposed standardization by 3GPP(Asynchronous IMT-2070 system), and we have analyzed the performance of the DS-CDMA/QPSK which cancelled self-interference, so that occurs when the received signal time is delay by multipath fading. We proposed the new scheme that designed for self-interference cancellation and the system performance is calculated in Rician fading and Rayleigh fading channel. The proposed rake receiver can be achieved a gain of about 1 [dB]∼6 [dB] more than generally rake receiver, and will be a very effective method to improve the performance of IMT-2000, and these data can be available for modem design of DS-CDMA.
The Effect of Phase Noise from PLL Frequency Synthesizer
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 865~870
In this paper, we analyse the effect of phase noise from PLL frequency synthesizer on 64 QAM when detecting corrupted signals. To predict the phase noise of an oscillator very accurately, we assume that the oscillator is linearly time-varying when the input impulsive current to the oscillator is small. The performance of the detector which detects the corrupted signal by oscillator phase noise is compared with that when the detector is only affected by AWGN and then analyse how much the phase noise degrades the system performance for 64 QAM.
Effect of Soft Handoff Technique on CDMA Cell Coverage in a Lognormally Shadowed Channel
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 871~881
In this paper, the effect of soft handoff technique on CDMA cell coverage is analyzed in a lognormally shadowed channel, which uses the Hata propagation model, Also, the rate of increase for the cell coverage is analyzed by calculating the hard and soft handoff margin. When the outage probability is 0.02 and the standard deviation of the received signal is 2.5 dB in a lognormally shadowed channel, the transmit power of the mobile station which is located in the cell boundary is increased by the hard handoff margin of 5.13 dB and by the soft handoff margin of 3.68 dB, respectively. So, the rate of increase for the cell coverage is 1.39 in case of using the soft handoff technique. It is shown that if the (E
req/ value is 7 dB, the cell coverage of the CDMA cellular system with soft handoff technique in city area is 3.33 km in case of the 850 MHz frequency and 1.36 km in case of the 1900 MHz frequency. Also, the accurate cell coverage with soft handoff technique is supported that could be serviced by the base-station in CDMA cellular system.
Design of Wide Band U-slot Patch Antennas for Mobile Communications
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 882~889
In this paper, the characteristics of u-slot antennas are computed by changing the feed structure, and compared with the measured results. The impedance bandwidths of 13 %(255.1 MHz) and 30.7 %(602.1 MHz) are obtained for probe feed and L-strip feed, respectively. It is known that the designed L-strip feed can be used for increasing the bandwidth of u-slot antennas. In addition, it is shown that the designed L-strip feed u-slot antenna can be used for domestic PCS and IMT-2000 dual band applications.
4H-SiC MESFET Large Signal Modeling using Modified Materka Model
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 890~898
4H-SiC(silicon carbide) MESFET large signal model was studied using modified Materka-Kacprzak large signal MESFET model. 4H-SiC MESFET device simulation have been conducted by Silvaco\`s 2D device simulator, ATLAS. The result is modeled using modified Materka large signal model. simulation and modeling results are -8 V pinch off voltage, under V
GS/=0 V, V
DS/=25 V conditions, I
DSS/=270 mA/mm, G
m/=52.8 ms/mm were obtained. Through the power simulation 2 GHz, at the bias of V
GS/-4 V md V
DS/=25 V, 10 dB Gain, 34 dBm (1dB compression point)output porter, 7.6 W/mm power density, 37% PAE(power added efficiency) were obtained.7.6 W/mm power density, 37% PAE(power added efficiency) were obtained.d.
Design of Band Pass Filter using the Triple-Mode Resonators
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 899~905
This paper presents a triple-mode dielectric resonator far low loss and simple structure filter design. The BPF(Band Pass Filter) was designed using HFSS simulation results an4 fabricated using proposed resonators. The filter (3-stage BPF) has an insertion loss of about 0.9 dB at the center frequency of 1.93 GHz and a 3 dB bandwidth of about 25 MHz. If more complex characteristic is required, slot coupling between resonators can be used. Especially, the proposed BPF can be applied to the next generation mobile communication IMT-2000 system.
Anti-Jamming Performance Analysis of Chirped BPSK System
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 906~911
In this paper, LPI(low probability of intercept) and AJ(anti jamming) performance of the chirped BPSK system are analyzed. In the chirp method the cyclostationary of the signal is eliminated, since the instantaneous frequency is varied randomly within the whole spread bandwidth. Therefore, chirp method is considered for good LPI system against DAM(delay-and-multiplier) or SC (squaring circuit) interceptor which detects the chip rate or carrier frequency. Longer chirp duration makes the LPI performance better. From the simulation results, the chirp method has better AJ performance than DS(direct sequence) system in the PBNJ(partial band noise jammer) channel. At the same JSR(jammer to signal power ratio) level, chirped BPSK system has more robust AJ performance against MTJ(multi-tone jammer) than PBNJ.
Implementation of a Smart Antenna System for Wide-Band CDMA WLL Channel
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 912~918
This paper presents a performance analysis of experimental observations of a uplink smart antenna system operating in a wide-band CDMA environment designed for a WLL (Wireless Local Loop) system. The numerical results shown in this paper have been obtained from practical experiments using commercially developed mobile terminals. The beam pattern provided by the weight vector and the resultant BER (Bit Error Rate) are observed in both indoor and outdoor signal environments. From the experimental observations, it is concluded that the proposed smart antenna system provides significant improvements in receiving both indoor and outdoor signal environments.
The Research of Single Fed Broadband Planar Array Antenna with Modified Stacked-Structure using Circular Polarization
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 919~930
This paper presents a wideband technique of impedance and axial-ratio bandwidth which uses the stacked planar array structure through optimum design of sub-polarization generating sections and parasitic patch. So, the effect of the dual-resonance characteristic can contribute to the bandwidth expansion of single fed planar array antenna using circular polarization which doesn\`t hire previous bandwidth expansion technique. The antenna can be used as a dual-band antenna by adjusting the resonance frequencies as well, and then the antenna is designed and fabricated in the frequency band of domestic satellite-TV service. This antenna has the performance of 9.7 % impedance bandwidth and 24 dBi of antenna gain. And it has also 2.8 % and 1.4 % of 3 dB Axial-ratio bandwidth at 11.4 GHz and 11.8 GHz respectively.
Efficient Analysis of Couplings through Periodically Arranged Slots in a Radial Line Slot Antenna
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 931~939
The slot coupling characteristics was analysed in a radial-line slot antenna for its design. The previously proposed waveguide model with a periodic boundary condition on its narrow walls and periodically arranged slots on its wide wall was used. The magnetic field integral equation and two dyadic Green\`s functions for respective regions was derived and the method of moments was used. To maximize the efficiency of numerical analysis and to extract singularities, two different kinds of basis functions, the entire domain basis function and the sub-domain one, are used. In addition, the Ewald sum technique for the rectangular waveguide and the Shanks transform for the half space were used to accelerate the computation of the slowly convergent potential Green\`s functions. Simulation results expressed the effects of the various design parameters on the slot coupling.
Penetrated Electric Fields and Resonant Frequencies inside Metallic Enclosure with Aperture Exited by an External Dipole Source
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 939~947
This paper presents the penetrated electric fields and resonant frequencies inside a metallic enclosure with aperture excited by an external dipole source. In the theoretical analysis, integral equations for the current distribution and electric field distributions on the aperture are solved by applying Galerkin\`s method of moments. The results show that the electric fields inside metallic enclosure is maximum at the near the aperture and resonant frequencies are the same as calculated of the enclosure without aperture. To verify the theoretical analysis the electric field inside enclosure and resonant frequencies are compared with the experimental results.
A Novel Feed Structure for a Broadband Microstrip Circular Slot Antenna
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 948~957
We proposed a novel feed structure for a broadband circular slot antenna. The proposed antenna has a circular slot, a radiating element, and a novel microstrip feed structure which is composed of a 50 Ω microstrip feedline and a circular-shaped microstrip patch. This antenna is analyzed and optimized by using the finite difference time domain (FDTD) method. The impedance bandwidth of optimized antenna is 1.94 octave that is much broader than the conventional microstrip slot antennas.
Design of Wideband Printed Monopole Antenna
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 958~964
In this paper, we propose a novel wide band printed monopole antenna called the staircase bow-tie monopole antenna (SBMA). We apply an extraordinary method for an impedance matching to conventional bow-tie monopoles. So we get the SBMA with a very wide band. Our antenna is smaller than a quarter wavelength in size but provides a 2:1 VSWR bandwidth of about 77.1 %. An antenna gain and a radiation pattern are about 1.7 dBi and omni-directional at 1.7 GHz, respectively.
Triangular U-slot Patch Antenna for PCS & IMT-2000 Dual Band
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 965~971
In this paper, the triangular u-slot patch antenna for the PCS & IMT-2000 dual band are studied. The frequency bandwidth of a triangular u-slot patch antenna can be increased by L-strip fed structure. The impedance bandwidth(VSWR
2) of the fabricated single element is 590 MHz(30.18 %). Using the frequency bandwidth of PCS & IMT-2000, we confirm VSWR below 1.65, which is a good characteristic. Thus the wideband characteristic of the L-strip fed structure is confirmed experimentally.
A Study of Accuracy Improvement for Scattering Analysis of FMM Method
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 972~982
FMM(Fast Multipole Method) is suitable numerical method for radar cross section calculation of arbitrary large conducting bodies due to reduction of computation time. The accuracy of the numerical results, however, can influenced by selection of grouping method and segment length, in particular, far the case that cross section of the scatter is of the narrow width elliptical type. So, we describe the FMM method which can be deal effectively with such difficulties for both TM and TE polarization case. In order to check the present method the results are compared with those obtained by Method of Moments.
The Design of Small Size and High Gain Chip Ceramic Dielectric Antenna for Bluetooth Application
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 983~993
This paper proposed a novel chip type ceramic dielectric antenna by using the advanced meander line technique that the radiational metals are formed on the face of ceramic dielectric(8
1.5 mm, alumina) and both faces of substrate(1.0 mm thickness, FR-4). The performance of the antenna model has a good agreements between measurements and computed results. Resultly, it has a 10 dB return-loss bandwidth(2.4∼2.4835 GHz) and 1.7 dBi measured radiation gain for Bluetooth application. The proposed antenna model can overcome the limited radiation of the small-sized antenna.
A Study on Power Control with Improved SIR in DS-CDMA System
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 994~1001
In this paper, we propose the Improved SIR-based Power Control method in mobile communication system. Generally speaking, SIR-based design considering both channel noise and multiuser interference is accurate indication of signal quality and provides good performance. However, one serious problem associated with SIR-based Power Control is the potential of Positive Feedback which can endanger the stability of the system. Therefore from SIR definition, we decrease the signal\`s Interference we will got a improved SIR and have a stable power control Also in mobile using window register which has Up-Maintain-Down power control step size instead of Up-Down, we got a better performance. This paper assesses the performance of Improved SIR based Power Control using PIC and window register. The proposed Improved SIR based Power Control is presented and compared with existing SIR based Power Control and Strength-and-SIR based Power Control.
Design and Properties of Microwave Absorbing Structures Composed of Fiber Reinforced Composites
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 1002~1008
The absorbing structure composed of multi-layered fiber reinforced composite materials was designed and microwave absorbing properties are investigated. On the basis of transmission line theory, the theoretical equations to predict the reflection loss and the appropriate composite material for each functional layer are suggested. The most significant result of this study is the successful design and fabrication of triple-layered composite laminates which has the superior microwave absorbing porperties (more than 10 dB in 4∼12 GHz range), without using the ferrite filler in the impedance transforming layer. In the two-layered composite laminate (absorber/substrate), however, the use of ferrite filler (about 40 wt %) in the absorbing layer is necessary to obtain the certain level of microwave absorbance. By combining the glass-fiber composite with ferrite filler and carbon-fiber composite substrate, the microwave absorbing properties more than 10 dB in 4∼12 GHz frequencies than be obtained.
Design of a Wide-band Acousto-Optical Spectrometer for Radio Astronomical Observations
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 1009~1017
The acousto-optical spectrometer is designed by using 1 GHz bandwidth acousto-optic deflector for radio signal analysis. This system is a high resolution wide band spectrometer which uses I GHz bandwidth and a total of 2,048 channel charge coupled device. When we measured the spectrums of signals deflected by acousto-optical spectrometer, we confirmed the stability of the total system by repetitive observations of the same frequency, and each part of the system worked well. We installed this system onto 60 cm radio telescope, and observed 12CO(J= 1 ∼0) emission lines around CRL 2688, IRC 10216 and NGC 5005 Galaxy center. We could observe effectively very narrow band width radio spectrum as well as wide band radio spectrum. We also confirmed high sensitivity and resolution in observation of 12CO(J-10) omission line of NGC 5005 Galaxy center which is a weak signal.
Base Station Antenna with Rectangular Radiation Pattern using Strip Feeding Planar Monopole Array
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 1018~1024
In this paper, an array antenna is designed far base station of a street micro-cell in urban areas. It has a rectangular radiation pattern. The current distribution of the array is decided by using a modified Woodward-Lawson sampling pattern synthesis method. To confirm the realization of the array antenna with rectangular pattern, 12 array antenna with a planar type monopole fed by stripline is fabricated and measured. In the results of the measured values, H-plane pattern of the antenna nearly yields a rectangular radiation pattern.
Generalized Outage Probability of STTD System in Rayleigh Fading Channel
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 1025~1031
In this paper, we derive the outage probability of cellular mobile system with STTB(Space Time Transmitter Diversity) scheme where the received radio signals and interferers experience Rayleigh fading and AWGN. The new probability density function of L independent identically distributed interferers is derived using Laplace transforms. We express the probability of outage as a function of the average-signal to average-interference power ratio and the signal to noise ratio. In addition, the frequency reuse distance which is one of the key parameters in the design of cellular systems is analyzed.