Research on high efficiency silicon-based plasma antenna.
Further array plasma antenna parameters are also compared with monopole plasma antenna parameters. The study of present paper invoke the array plasma antenna can be applied for steering and controlling the strength of Wi-Fi signals as per requirement.
The radiation characteristic of plasma antenna is investigated by using the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) approach in this paper. Through using FDTD method, we study the propagation of electromagnetic wave in free space in stretched coordinate.
This paper presents the results of study on the gain of plasma antenna. The plasma antenna is an annular fluorescent lamp driven either by 220 V AC source or by a RF signal source. A metallic.
This paper reports plasma antenna characteristics investigated theoretically and experimentally, on the basis of the plasma parameters: gaseous collisionality and electron density. The antenna structure is a basic quarter-wavelength monopole antenna in the UHF band.
Plasma antennas provide similar advantages as conventional antennas but at a fraction of the cost, together with much wider bandwidth of operation. A plasma antenna is a type of radio antenna currently in development in which plasma is used instead of the metal elements of a traditional antenna.
This paper presents a solid-state plasma dipole frequency reconfigurable antenna, based on the silicon SPiN diodes. The resonance frequencies at 69 GHz, 64.3 GHz and 60 GHz were easily achieved by turning on or off different sections of the antenna, selectively.
The paper presents research into a disruptive antenna technology, now demonstrated by Plasma Antennas Ltd and validated independently by QinetiQ for the UK's MoD. 1) The technology has applications in telecommunications, sensing, imaging and transport systems. 2) It is based on low cost, silicon integrated circuit (IC) manufacturing processes.