Design and Simulation of Compact Dual Frequency Antenna in Multilayer GaAs MMIC Technology with Coplanar Waveguide Feeding

This project addresses the analytical design and simulation of two types of millimetre wave antennas: a single patch antenna and a dual frequency antenna. Both antennas are based in the GaAs MMIC multilayer technology and use a coplanar waveguide (CPW) feeding. The analytical design is based in the...

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Main Author: Moreno Lanas, Jorge Esteban
Other Authors: Rezazadeh, Ali
Format: Tesis de Maestría
Language:eng
Published: Manchester / Universidad de Manchester 2017
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spelling oai:localhost:28000-42802017-06-17T08:02:43Z Design and Simulation of Compact Dual Frequency Antenna in Multilayer GaAs MMIC Technology with Coplanar Waveguide Feeding Moreno Lanas, Jorge Esteban Rezazadeh, Ali TELECOMUNICACIONES ANTENAS CIRCUITOS INTEGRADOS MONOL?TICOS DE MICROONDAS TECNOLOG?A MICROSTRIP FRECUENCIA DUAL This project addresses the analytical design and simulation of two types of millimetre wave antennas: a single patch antenna and a dual frequency antenna. Both antennas are based in the GaAs MMIC multilayer technology and use a coplanar waveguide (CPW) feeding. The analytical design is based in the transmission line (TL) model for microstrip antennas. The simulations are conducted in the 3D electromagnetic (EM) simulator Momentum, which is based in the Method of Moments (MoM). The proposed dual frequency antenna is based in the premise of dividing a microstrip patch in several multiresonators, producing two resonant frequencies by EM parasitic coupling. This particular structure has not been used to provide dual frequency operation in the millimetre wave range, specially combining GaAs MMIC multilayer technology with CPW feeding. A detailed design procedure is developed for the single patch antenna, such that it can be used as a guide for future designs. A parametric study of the single patch antenna is performed to understand the influence of various parameters in the antenna operation. The complete design process led to the successful development of a single patch antenna that works around 35 GHz and a dual frequency antenna that works around 35-50 GHz. Results showed that the combination of GaAs MMICs with CPW feeding can produce efficient antenna designs regarding size considerations. Momentum was successfully used to optimize both antennas with respect to size, resonant frequencies, return loss and input impedance. 2017-06-16T20:10:20Z 2017-06-16T20:10:20Z 2016-10 masterThesis Moreno Lanas, Jorge Esteban. (2016). Design and Simulation of Compact Dual Frequency Antenna in Multilayer GaAs MMIC Technology with Coplanar Waveguide Feeding. (Trabajo de titulaci?n de la Maestr?a en Ciencias en Ingenier?a de Telecomunicaciones). Universidad de Manchester. Manchester. 93 p. http://repositorio.educacionsuperior.gob.ec/handle/28000/4280 eng openAccess http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ec/ 93 p. Manchester / Universidad de Manchester
institution SENESCYT
collection Repositorio SENESCYT
biblioteca Biblioteca Senescyt
language eng
format Tesis de Maestría
topic TELECOMUNICACIONES
ANTENAS
CIRCUITOS INTEGRADOS MONOL?TICOS DE MICROONDAS
TECNOLOG?A MICROSTRIP
FRECUENCIA DUAL
spellingShingle TELECOMUNICACIONES
ANTENAS
CIRCUITOS INTEGRADOS MONOL?TICOS DE MICROONDAS
TECNOLOG?A MICROSTRIP
FRECUENCIA DUAL
Moreno Lanas, Jorge Esteban
Design and Simulation of Compact Dual Frequency Antenna in Multilayer GaAs MMIC Technology with Coplanar Waveguide Feeding
description This project addresses the analytical design and simulation of two types of millimetre wave antennas: a single patch antenna and a dual frequency antenna. Both antennas are based in the GaAs MMIC multilayer technology and use a coplanar waveguide (CPW) feeding. The analytical design is based in the transmission line (TL) model for microstrip antennas. The simulations are conducted in the 3D electromagnetic (EM) simulator Momentum, which is based in the Method of Moments (MoM). The proposed dual frequency antenna is based in the premise of dividing a microstrip patch in several multiresonators, producing two resonant frequencies by EM parasitic coupling. This particular structure has not been used to provide dual frequency operation in the millimetre wave range, specially combining GaAs MMIC multilayer technology with CPW feeding. A detailed design procedure is developed for the single patch antenna, such that it can be used as a guide for future designs. A parametric study of the single patch antenna is performed to understand the influence of various parameters in the antenna operation. The complete design process led to the successful development of a single patch antenna that works around 35 GHz and a dual frequency antenna that works around 35-50 GHz. Results showed that the combination of GaAs MMICs with CPW feeding can produce efficient antenna designs regarding size considerations. Momentum was successfully used to optimize both antennas with respect to size, resonant frequencies, return loss and input impedance.
author2 Rezazadeh, Ali
author_facet Rezazadeh, Ali
Moreno Lanas, Jorge Esteban
author Moreno Lanas, Jorge Esteban
author_sort Moreno Lanas, Jorge Esteban
title Design and Simulation of Compact Dual Frequency Antenna in Multilayer GaAs MMIC Technology with Coplanar Waveguide Feeding
title_short Design and Simulation of Compact Dual Frequency Antenna in Multilayer GaAs MMIC Technology with Coplanar Waveguide Feeding
title_full Design and Simulation of Compact Dual Frequency Antenna in Multilayer GaAs MMIC Technology with Coplanar Waveguide Feeding
title_fullStr Design and Simulation of Compact Dual Frequency Antenna in Multilayer GaAs MMIC Technology with Coplanar Waveguide Feeding
title_full_unstemmed Design and Simulation of Compact Dual Frequency Antenna in Multilayer GaAs MMIC Technology with Coplanar Waveguide Feeding
title_sort design and simulation of compact dual frequency antenna in multilayer gaas mmic technology with coplanar waveguide feeding
publisher Manchester / Universidad de Manchester
publishDate 2017
url http://repositorio.educacionsuperior.gob.ec/handle/28000/4280
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