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Zhao, W.J., Li, L.W., Li, E.P. and Xiao, K. (2012) Analysis of Radiation Characteristics of Conformal Microstrip Arrays Using Adaptive Integral Method. IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, 60, 1176-1181.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Design and Analysis of Microstrip Antenna Arrays in Composite Laminated Substrates

    AUTHORS: S. M. Yang, C. H. Huang, C. C. Hong

    KEYWORDS: Microstrip Antenna, Array Antenna, Composite Laminated Substrate

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications, Vol.6 No.6, May 16, 2014

    ABSTRACT: In high performance aerospace systems where weight and aerodynamics are of major concern, fiber reinforced composite laminates can be tailored to achieve desirable mechanical properties and accommodate low-profile microstrip antenna. This work aims at the analysis of microstrip antenna array embedded in composite laminated substrates. The size of a single antenna is first calculated by spectral domain analysis to model the effects of the substrate’s electromagnetic property and the orientation of the laminate layers. The antenna array as well as the feed network, composed of microstrip transmission lines, quarter wave-length impedance transformers, and T-junction power dividers, is then tuned to accommodate the effects of the coupling between the antenna elements and the feed network loss. The performance of the 1 × 2, 1 × 4, and 1 × 8 linear array and 2 × 2 and 2 × 4 planar array are shown to have better directivity when embedded in composite laminated substrate compared with those when attached on isotropic substrate. Both 1 × 2 and 1 × 4 arrays at 2.4 GHz are validated experimentally to achieve better coverage.