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An investigation of meshed printed monopoles for optically-transparent antennas

An investigation of meshed printed monopoles for optically-transparent antennas
An investigation of meshed printed monopoles for optically-transparent antennas
Meshed antennas have recently attracted interest for applications where optical-transparency is required [1]. For additively manufactured antennas, the conductive ink used and subsequently the cost of the antenna can be significantly reduced by meshing the antenna’s conductors and ground plane [2]. Despite their wide presence in microstrip patch antennas [3] and more recently for complex-impedance dipoles [2], wide-band coplanar waveguide (CPW) antennas have not been explored with meshed radiators or ground planes. In this paper, a 2.4 GHz monopole is designed and characterized numerically and experimentally for various mesh fill-factors, showing over 2.3 dBi measured gain for up to 93% theoretical transparency.
Wagih, Mahmoud
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Wagih, Mahmoud
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Wagih, Mahmoud (2021) An investigation of meshed printed monopoles for optically-transparent antennas. In General Assembly of the International Radio Science Union (URSI GASS).

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Meshed antennas have recently attracted interest for applications where optical-transparency is required [1]. For additively manufactured antennas, the conductive ink used and subsequently the cost of the antenna can be significantly reduced by meshing the antenna’s conductors and ground plane [2]. Despite their wide presence in microstrip patch antennas [3] and more recently for complex-impedance dipoles [2], wide-band coplanar waveguide (CPW) antennas have not been explored with meshed radiators or ground planes. In this paper, a 2.4 GHz monopole is designed and characterized numerically and experimentally for various mesh fill-factors, showing over 2.3 dBi measured gain for up to 93% theoretical transparency.

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Published date: March 2021

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Local EPrints ID: 447931
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/447931
PURE UUID: 8d0966dc-4da6-41ea-af1f-c7a7b2fcbe99
ORCID for Mahmoud Wagih: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-7806-4333

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Date deposited: 26 Mar 2021 17:31
Last modified: 16 Sep 2021 11:16

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Author: Mahmoud Wagih ORCID iD

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