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Multi-Objective Optimization in High Frequency Electromagnetics—An Effective Technique for Smart Mobile Terminal Antenna (SMTA) Design

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3 Author(s)
Junwei Lu ; Griffith Univ., Nathan, QLD ; Ireland, D. ; Lewis, A.

This paper describes several major optimization techniques, such as FDTD-simulated annealing (SA), FEM-Genetic algorithms (GA), and FD-TD-particle swarm optimization (PSO) and frequency domain FEM-PSO used for high-frequency electromagnetics and their applications in smart mobile terminal antenna (SMTA) design. Two SMTAs, a dielectric embedded electronically switched multi-beam (DE-ESMB) antenna and a dielectric embedded electronically steerable passive array radiator (DE-ESPAR) antenna, were successfully developed by using these multi-objective optimization techniques. The design considerations and rules based on computational electromagnetics and optimization techniques are explored for the practical application of dielectric embedded SMTAs.

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:45 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

March 2009

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