Implementing Wideband Monopole/Dipole Antennas on Paper Substrates

Christian Person 1 Duc Nguyen 2 J Coupez 2 Ph Minard D. Lohine Tong 3 P Borel D Izoard
Lab-STICC - Laboratoire des sciences et techniques de l'information, de la communication et de la connaissance
Abstract : Advanced internet and multimedia set-top boxes are today massively based on 4*4 MIMO systems, with multi-sub-bands standards (Wifi bands, LTE, Bluetooth,…). Multiple antennas spatially distributed on the plastic casing become therefore a great challenge for cost and performances motivations, thus promoting flexible technology and substrate, for assembling subsystems , under compactness considerations, as well as electrical performances improvement. In this paper, we discuss about the characterisation of Multi-band antennas designed on an ultra-low cost material (a cellulosic substrate, i.e. a paper) with design challenges in terms of radiation efficiency maximization and wideband properties under compactness constraints. Simulation and measurements are proposed to validate the designs.
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Christian Person, Duc Nguyen, J Coupez, Ph Minard, D. Lohine Tong, et al.. Implementing Wideband Monopole/Dipole Antennas on Paper Substrates. 2018 15th European Eurepean Conference (EuRAD), Sep 2018, Madrid, Spain. ⟨10.23919/EuRAD.2018.8546518⟩. ⟨hal-02114426⟩



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