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Indoor radio link characterization studies for millimeter wave wireless communications utilizing dielectric-loaded exponentially tapered slot antenna

Autor: S. Ramesh & T. Rama Rao
Revista: Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications Nº 29 (4)
Link: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09205071.2015.1011349#.VUjtFvntlHw

A trend that is pragmatic in today’s wireless communications is the demand for the supportof increasing data rates over short distances. Through the last decade, ample knowledge about the 60 GHz millimeter wave (MmW) channel has been gathered and different architectures have been analyzed to develop MmW communication systems for commercial applications.

The usage of MmW frequencies is perceived as a resilient entrant for realizing future, gigabit wireless communications as it offer vast bandwidths for short-range indoor communications. In this work, the MmW antenna solutions for exponentially tapered slot (ETS) antenna using substrate integrated waveguide (SIW) technology and indoor radio wave propagations are studied at 60 GHz for wireless communications. The SIW is used to feed the antenna, and a dielectric loading is utilized in front of the antenna to increase the gain.

The antenna with elliptical-shaped dielectric loaded is fabricated using printed circuit board process. The measurement results are compared with simulated results. Then, the indoor short-range radio wave propagation study is carried out using ETS antenna with RF measurement equipment to measure and model propagation channels at 60 GHz. The attained simulations are compared to the experimental results.