Conception d’une antenne compacte de station de base pour réseaux cellulaires

Abstract : Cellular networks undergo majors changes in the world. Several standards have been deployed since 1980. The enthusiasm of the general public quickly saturated the first generations and the number of services increases for every standard. Development of a new one is the occasion to find new ways to simplify the radio architecture in order to relieve consumers high quality of service. Today, this radio architecture has been simplified but base station antennas have become more and more critical for their size and create problems in towns specially. Moreover, constraints from the government and consumers associations contest deployment of new base station. Works of the thesis are focused on increasing base station antenna gain based on two different technologies. Then, conception of compact radiating elements was developed and presented through a small array. Good results open new perspectives to realize a compact multiband base station antenna thanks to new compact radiating element sized in others frequency bands.
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Loïc Martin. Conception d’une antenne compacte de station de base pour réseaux cellulaires. Electronique. UNIVERSITE DE NANTES, 2017. Français. ⟨tel-01575650⟩



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