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A novel approach to multiband/ultra-wideband millimeter wave antennas design based on repeated kernel array of microstrip patches (ReKAMP)

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2 Author(s)
El Kamchouchi, H. ; Alexandria Univ., Egypt ; Abouelseoud, G.

A novel approach to the design of millimeter wave antennas is introduced. A repeated kernel array of microstrip patches (ReKAMP) is used to achieve a wide bandwidth. The concept of repeated kernel (fractal) geometry is first illustrated. Simulation of several microstrip antennas based on this concept is demonstrated. All simulations are performed based on a full wave finite difference time domain simulator, Fidelity™, from the Zeland company. Simulations show that the new approach is capable of designing ultra-wideband millimeter wave antennas that can be useful for a multitude of millimeter wave applications.

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Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium, 2005 IEEE  (Volume:3A )

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3-8 July 2005

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