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TOC Alert for Publication# 8 2016May 02<![CDATA[Table of Contents]]>644C11182158<![CDATA[IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation publication information]]>644C2C284<![CDATA[Design of Wideband/Dual-Band E-Shaped Patch Antennas With the Transmission Line Mode Theory]]>644118311921773<![CDATA[Gain Enhancement of Ground Radiation Antenna for RFID Tag Mounted on Metallic Plane]]>644119312002104<![CDATA[A Wideband Electrically Small Transient-State Antenna]]>644120112081309<![CDATA[A Port and Frequency Reconfigurable MIMO Slot Antenna for WLAN Applications]]>3 and is printed on FR-4 printed-circuit-board. The proposed antenna is investigated by simulation and measurement, and results include radiation patterns, S-parameters, and signal correlations and branch power ratio (BPR) between ports. These show that in typical wireless environments' envelope, cross correlations of less than 0.2 between the ports are obtained. The effect of the RF MEMS switches on the antenna performance is also addressed.]]>644120912171507<![CDATA[Frequency-Reconfigurable Slot Antenna Enabled by Thin Anisotropic Double Layer Metasurfaces]]>0. The simulated and measured results show that using the proposed technique, the operating frequency can be tuned from 2.55 to 3.45 GHz with a fractional tuning range of around 28%. The antenna provides a minimum gain of 5.3 dB with the peak gain being 8.3 dB. The efficiency of the proposed antenna is more than 90% over its tuning range.]]>644121812252318<![CDATA[Patch Antennas With Loading of a Pair of Shorting Pins Toward Flexible Impedance Matching and Low Cross Polarization]]>644122612331075<![CDATA[Investigation of a Triple-Band Multibeam MIMO Antenna for Wireless Access Points]]>644123412412814<![CDATA[A THz Detector Chip With Printed Circular Cavity as Package and Enhancement of Antenna Gain]]>2) and the minimum noise equivalent power density (NEPD) is 1.2(pW/mm^{2})/(Hz)^{1/2} at 216 GHz.]]>644124212491641<![CDATA[A Novel Planar Reconfigurable Monopulse Antenna for Indoor Smart Wireless Access Points’ Application]]>644125012612609<![CDATA[Wideband Microstrip Leaky-Wave Antennas With Two Symmetrical Side Beams for Simultaneous Dual-Beam Scanning]]>644126212691477<![CDATA[ACP Probe Measurement of On-Chip Strip Dipole Antennas at W Band]]>644127012781654<![CDATA[Shaped Beam Synthesis of Real Antenna Arrays via Finite-Element Method, Floquet Modal Analysis, and Convex Programming]]>644127912862299<![CDATA[Scalable Multibeam Antenna Arrays Fed by Dual-Band Modified Butler Matrices]]>644128712972630<![CDATA[Electronically Steerable and Fixed-Beam Frequency-Tunable Planar Traveling-Wave Antenna]]>64412981306889<![CDATA[Low-Profile Switched-Beam Antenna Backed by an Artificial Magnetic Conductor for Efficient Close-to-Metal Operation]]>0 × 0.87λ_{0} × 0.11λ_{0} and its performance is not sensitive to the position of the conductive car bottom surface. The antenna over FSS assembly has a directivity of 5.6 dB and the efficiency is enhanced by a factor of 2.35 (3.7 dB).]]>644130713161845<![CDATA[A New Low-Sidelobe Pattern Synthesis Technique for Equally Spaced Linear Arrays]]>64413171324964<![CDATA[A 60-GHz Wideband Circularly Polarized Aperture-Coupled Magneto-Electric Dipole Antenna Array]]>11| <; -10 dB. Because of the wide AR bandwidth of the new antenna element, a wide AR bandwidth of 16.5% can be achieved by this array without the use of sequential feed. Gain up to 26.1 dBic and good radiation efficiency of around 70% are also obtained due to the use of a full-corporate SIW feed network with low insertion loss at millimeter-wave frequencies.]]>644132513332235<![CDATA[Estimation of Equivalent Current Distribution of Modulated EM Radiation Source]]>644133413412125<![CDATA[Green’s Function Using Schelkunoff Integrals for Horizontal Electric Dipoles Over an Imperfect Ground Plane]]>644134213551311<![CDATA[Electromagnetic Time-Reversal Imaging of Pinholes in Pipes]]>11 cut-off frequency. The radius of the pipe is assumed to be a = 10 cm. Hence, in order to excite the first two modes, frequency bandwidth is considered to be 300 MHz at the center frequency of 1.15 GHz. This system is tested to localize two rectangular holes of the area (0.13 λ_{0})^{2}, where λ_{0} is the free-space wavelength at the central frequency. In addition, required parameters such as the minimum number of antennas for detection, the DORT detector performance analysis, the equivalent reflection coefficients of the holes with different sizes and shapes, and the maximum distance of detection of small holes are calculated.]]>644135613631207<![CDATA[Antenna Calibration for Near-Field Material Characterization]]>64413641372751<![CDATA[Inverse Scattering Using a Joint <inline-formula><tex-math notation="LaTeX">$L1-L2$</tex-math></inline-formula> Norm-Based Regularization]]>644137313841592<![CDATA[An Equivalent Circuit Model for Graphene-Based Terahertz Antenna Using the PEEC Method]]>64413851393866<![CDATA[Modified Separated Potential Integral Equation for Low-Frequency EFIE Conditioning]]>644139414031538<![CDATA[Representation of Electromagnetic Responses in Time Domain Using State-Space System Identification Method]]>644140414152034<![CDATA[Arbitrarily Oriented Perfectly Conducting Wedge Over a Dielectric Half-Space: Diffraction and Total Far Field]]>644141614331500<![CDATA[Classification of Shell-Shaped Targets Using RCS and Fuzzy Classifier]]>644143414431516<![CDATA[Nonlinear Effects of Power Amplifiers on Adaptive Antenna Systems]]>644144414531282<![CDATA[Impact of Antenna Design on MIMO Performance for Compact Terminals With Adaptive Impedance Matching]]>644145414652898<![CDATA[Analysis of the Human Body as an Antenna for Wireless Implant Communication]]>644146614761339<![CDATA[Non-Foster Matching of a Resistively Loaded Vee Dipole Antenna Using Operational Amplifiers]]>644147714821009<![CDATA[Cancellation of Specular Reflection by Shadow Radiation]]>64414821483174<![CDATA[A Mathematical Framework to Analyze the Achievable Resolution From Microwave Tomography]]>64414841489912<![CDATA[An Efficient Ring-Shaped Phase Center Calculation Method Based on a New Phase Efficiency Calculation Model]]>64414891493518<![CDATA[Broadband High-Gain SIW Cavity-Backed Circular-Polarized Array Antenna]]>64414931497996<![CDATA[Dielectric Resonator Working as Feed as Well as Antenna: New Concept for Dual-Mode Dual-Band Improved Design]]>12δ mode in a cylindrical dielectric resonator antenna (CDRA). This indeed enables in realizing an improved version of dual-band dual-mode dielectric resonator antenna (DRA) with attractive broadside radiation along with wide bandwidth characteristics. It comprises of a two-element stacked geometry, where the lower element is excited by an aperture and the upper element is excited by the lower DR. The upper element is responsible for generating the higher mode (HEM_{12δ},) whereas the lower mode (HEM_{11δ}) resonates in the entire composite mass. The conjecture has been verified with an S/C-band design using simulated and measured results indicating three different variants. The most improved geometry comprising of a “cone on top of a cylinder” promises 6.5 and 10.3 dBi gains in the lower and upper operating bands with, respectively, 8.3% and 13% matching bandwidth. This newly addressed technique can be of potential use for newer innovations in DRA feed and design.]]>644149715021412<![CDATA[A Compact Wideband SIW-Fed Dielectric Antenna With End-Fire Radiation Pattern]]>644150215071545<![CDATA[Transformation Electromagnetics Miniaturization of Sectoral and Conical Metamaterial-Enhanced Horn Antennas]]>644150815131341<![CDATA[A Plus/Minus 45 Degree Dual-Polarized Base-Station Antenna With Enhanced Cross-Polarization Discrimination via Addition of Four Parasitic Elements Placed in a Square Contour]]>644151415191524<![CDATA[Low-Profile Antenna With Elevated Toroid-Shaped Radiation for On-Road Reader of RFID-Enabled Vehicle Registration Plate]]>644152015251235<![CDATA[Pattern Reconfigurable Antenna Array With Circular Polarization]]>644152515301807<![CDATA[Design and Implementation of Monopulse Antenna for Submillimeter Wavelengths’ Application]]>644153015351098<![CDATA[A Fabry–Pérot Antenna With Two-Dimensional Electronic Beam Scanning]]>644153615411511<![CDATA[Design of a Small Arc-Shaped Antenna Array with High Isolation for Applications of Controlled Reception Pattern Antennas]]>64415421546929<![CDATA[A Frequency-Independent Method for Computing the Physical Optics-Based Electromagnetic Fields Scattered From a Hyperbolic Surface]]>644154615522164<![CDATA[A Novel Simple and Compact Microstrip-Fed Circularly Polarized Wide Slot Antenna With Wide Axial Ratio Bandwidth for C-Band Applications]]>2. Measurement results show that the antenna attains an S_{11} ≤ -10 dB impedance matching bandwidth of 90.2%, from 3.5 to 9.25 GHz, and a broadband 3 dB-AR bandwidth of 40%, ranging from 4.6 to 6.9 GHz. A peak gain of 0.8-4.5 dBi is achieved within the AR band. The proposed antenna is suitable for circular polarization applications in C band.]]>64415521555813<![CDATA[A Low-Cost Metal-Only Reflectarray Using Modified Slot-Type Phoenix Element With 360° Phase Coverage]]>64415561560997<![CDATA[A Dual-Band Low-Profile Aperture Antenna With Substrate-Integrated Waveguide Grooves]]>64415611566993<![CDATA[A Dual-Polarization Slotted Waveguide Array Antenna With Polarization-Tracking Capability and Reduced Sidelobe Level]]>644156715721947<![CDATA[An Active Integrated Ultra-Wideband MIMO Antenna]]>0^{2} where λ_{0} is the freespace wavelength at 1.8 GHz. The integrated antenna shows minimum realized gain and efficiency of 14.1 dBi and 60%, respectively, over the 1.8-5.5-GHz band. Diversity parameters of the integrated MIMO antenna are evaluated. Detailed design and measurement procedures are presented with simulation and experimental results.]]>644157315781282<![CDATA[Impact of Propagation on the Vulnerability of Channel-Based Key Establishment]]>64415781583541<![CDATA[Introducing IEEE Collabratec]]>644158415841899<![CDATA[IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation society information]]>644C3C379<![CDATA[Institutional Listings]]>644C4C4200