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The Design of RFID Convey or Belt Gate Systems Using an Antenna Control Unit

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This paper proposes an efficient management system utilizing a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) antenna control unit which is moving along with the path of boxes of materials on the conveyor belt by manipulating a motor. The proposed antenna Continue reading

Electromagnetic Burst Measurement System based on Low Cost UHF Dipole Antenna

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Non-linear high-power devices produce electromagnetic noise (EMN) sources of great intensity that can disrupt and damage the surrounding electrical equipment and devices. This radiative phenomenon is very common at facilities where pulsed power Continue reading

Transformation from a Single Antenna to a Series Array Using Push/Pull Origami

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We propose a push/pull origami antenna, transformable between a single antenna element and a three-element array. In limited space, the proposed origami antenna can work as a single antenna. When the space is not limited and a higher gain is required, Continue reading

Antenna Arrays for Line-of-Sight Massive MIMO: Half Wavelength Is Not Enough

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The aim of this paper is to analyze the array synthesis for 5 G massive MIMO systems in the line-of-sight working condition. The main result of the numerical investigation performed is that non-uniform arrays are the natural choice in this kind of application. Continue reading

Sea State Observation through a Three-Antenna Hybrid XT/AT InSAR Configuration: A Preliminary Study based on the InSAeS4 Airborne System

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In this work, we investigate the sea surface monitoring capabilities of a Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) system equipped with a three-antenna hybrid Across Track (XT)/Along Track (AT) inteferometric configuration. To do this, we focus on the X-Band airborne Continue reading

Energy Efficiency Gain of Cellular Base Stations with Large-Scale Antenna Systems for Green Information and Communication Technology

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Due to the ever-increasing data demand of end users, the number of information and communication technology (ICT)-related devices and equipment continues to increase. This induces large amounts of heat emissions, which can cause serious Continue reading

An Alternative Wearable Tracking System based on a Low-Power Wide-Area Network

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This work presents an alternative wearable tracking system based on a low-power wide area network. A complete GPS receiver was integrated with a textile substrate, and the latitude and longitude coordinates were sent to the cloud by means of the Continue reading

Estimation of Antenna Pose in the Earth Frame Using Camera and IMU Data from Mobile Phones

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The poses of base station antennas play an important role in cellular network optimization. Existing methods of pose estimation are based on physical measurements performed either by tower climbers or using additional sensors attached to antennas. Continue reading

First Results of Field Absolute Calibration of the GPS Receiver Antenna at Wuhan University

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GNSS receiver antenna phase center variations (PCVs), which arise from the non-spherical phase response of GNSS signals have to be well corrected for high-precision GNSS applications. Without using a precise antenna phase center Continue reading

A CSRR-Fed SIW Cavity-Backed Fractal Patch Antenna for Wireless Energy Harvesting and Communication

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This paper presents a novel compact dual-band and dual-polarized complementary split-ring resonator (CSRR)-fed substrate-integrated waveguide (SIW) cavity-backed fractal patch antenna for wireless energy harvesting and communication. The proposed Continue reading

A Double-Negative Metamaterial-Inspired Mobile Wireless Antenna for Electromagnetic Absorption Reduction

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A double-negative metamaterial-inspired antenna is presented for mobile wireless applications. The antenna consists of a semi-circular radia ting patch and a 3 × 4 hexagonal shaped metamaterial unit cell array in the ground plane. The antenna is Continue reading