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Dielectric Resonator Antennas

Materials, Designs and Applications

Chen, Zhijiao / Deng, Jing-Ya / Liu, Haiwen

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1. Auflage Dezember 2023
320 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-394-16914-6
John Wiley & Sons

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Dielectric Resonator Antennas

A detailed guide to dielectric-based techniques for antenna array design and construction

Dielectric designs, which transmit electricity without conducting it, have in recent decades been increasingly incorporated into antenna arrays. The resulting Dielectric Resonator Antennas (DRAs) provide significant benefits over metal antennas, avoiding conduction loss and increasing efficiency. Dielectric elements can also be incorporated into metal antennas to improve performance.

Dielectric Resonator Antennas provides an introduction to dielectric-based techniques for manufacturing antenna arrays. It supplies guidelines for identifying dielectric antenna designs (as opposed to metal ones), describes recent developments in dielectric antenna technology, and points toward potential areas of future growth and development.

Readers will also find:
* Cutting-edge DRA applications in microwave and millimeter-wave communications
* Detailed discussion of array types including wideband, high-gain, high efficiency, and more
* Instructions for fabricating dielectric antenna arrays and assessing tolerance levels

Dielectric Resonator Antennas is ideal for researchers and students in electrical engineering, as well as for engineers and others working in wireless communications.

About the Authors ix

Preface xi

1 Introduction 1

1.1 Motivation 1

1.2 Background 4

1.3 Chapter Overview 6

2 Classifications on Dielectric Resonator Antenna 9

2.1 Overview 9

2.2 Dielectric Antenna Classifications 10

2.3 Dielectric Material Classifications 13

2.4 Summary 35

3 Stacked Dielectric Resonator Antenna 40

3.1 Overview 40

3.2 Analysis Methods for Stacked DRA 46

3.3 Stacked Wideband DRA Designs 53

3.4 Stacked DRA with Passive Beam Steering 74

3.5 Summary 86

4 Dielectric Resonator Antenna Array 90

4.1 Overview 90

4.2 Pattern Diverse DRA 91

4.3 DRA Array with Wide-Angle Beam Scanning 100

4.4 DRA Array for Shaped Beam Synthesis 107

4.5 Summary 120

5 MIMO DRA with Improved Isolation 124

5.1 Overview 124

5.2 MIMO DRA Research Trends and Classifications 125

5.3 High-Isolated MIMO DRA Design 136

5.4 Summary 145

6 3D Printed Dielectric-Based Antenna 150

6.1 Overview 150

6.2 3D Printed Antenna 152

6.3 3D Printed Antennas with Complementary Structure 159

6.4 3D Printed Finger Nail Antennas 174

6.5 Summary 187

7 Millimeter-Wave DRA and Array 191

7.1 Overview 191

7.2 mm-Wave DRA for UAV Satellite 192

7.3 SIW Feeding Network for Antenna Array 202

7.4 mm-Wave DRA Array for Base Station 208

7.5 Summary 220

8 Duplex Filtering DRA 224

8.1 Overview 224

8.2 Filtering Antenna 225

8.3 Diplexer and Duplexer 233

8.4 Duplex Filtering DRA Designs 238

8.5 Summary 256

9 Conclusion and Future Work 261

9.1 Overall Summary 261

9.2 Recommendations for Future Work 262

Appendix A Modes in Rectangular DRA 264

Appendix B Modes in Cylindrical DRA 270

Appendix C Modes in Hemispherical DRA 275

Appendix D Modes in Stacked DRA 279

Appendix E Modes in Irregular DRAs 283

Index 288
Zhijiao Chen, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Posts and Telecommunications at Beijing University. She is also a Senior Member of IEEE, and leads 11 research projects with both academic and industrial funding.

Jing-Ya Deng, PhD, is a Distinguished Professor of Huashan Scholars at Xidian University, China. He has written or co-written dozens of papers in international journals such as IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation.

Haiwen Liu, PhD, is a Professor at Xi'an Jiaotong University at Xi'an, China. He is a Senior Member of IEEE and has served as Editor in Chief for the International Journal of RF and Microwave Computer-Aided Engineering, among others.

Z. Chen, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing, China; J.-Y. Deng, Xidian University Shaanxi, China; H. Liu, Xi'an Jiaotong University, Shaanxi, China