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2022 ◽  
Vol 175 ◽  
pp. 107457
Jun Wu ◽  
Feng Wu ◽  
Tiancheng Zhao ◽  
Mauro Antezza ◽  
Xiaohu Wu

Charernkiat Pochaiya ◽  
Srawouth Chandhaket ◽  
Prapan Leekul ◽  
Jhirat Mearnchu ◽  
Tanawut Tantisopharak ◽  

<span>This paper presents a bandwidth enhancement of a dual-band bi-directional rectangular microstrip patch antenna. The novelty of this work lies in the modification of conventional rectangular microstip patch antenna by using the combination of two techniques: a complementary split ring resonator (CSRR) and a defected patch structure (DPS). The structure of antenna was studied and investigated via computer </span><span>simulation technology (CST). The dimension and position of CSRR on the ground plane was optimized to achieve dual bandwidth and bi-directional radiation pattern characteristics. In addition, the bandwidths were enhanced by defecting suitable shape incorporated in the microstrip patch. A prototype with overall dimension of 70.45×63.73 mm<sup>2</sup> has been fabricated on FR-4 substrate. To verify the proposed design, the impedance bandwidth, gain, and radiation patterns were carried out in measurements. The measured impedance bandwidths were respectively 560 MHz (3.08-3.64 GHz) and 950 GHz (4.64-5.59 GHz) while the measured gains of each bandwidth were respectively 4.28 dBi and 4.63 dBi. The measured radiation patterns were in good agreement with simulated ones. The proposed antenna achieves wide dual bandwidth and bi-directional radiation patterns performances. Consequently, it is a promising candidate for Wi-Fi or 5G communications in specific areas such as tunnel, corridor, or transit and rail.</span>

2022 ◽  
Vol 20 (2) ◽  
pp. 276-282
Anna Gabrielle Sahu ◽  
Vinicius B. Ribeiro ◽  
Victor H. C. Gerolamo ◽  
Marcos Sergio Goncalves

Z. Li ◽  
J. Li ◽  
Y. Zhang ◽  
Y. Zhai ◽  
X. Chu ◽  

2022 ◽  
pp. 2109848
Yanling Zhai ◽  
Jiahui Li ◽  
Sophia Shen ◽  
Zhijun Zhu ◽  
Sui Mao ◽  

2022 ◽  
Wenhan Zhao ◽  
Junqiao Wang ◽  
Ran Li ◽  
Bin Zhang

Abstract In this paper, a dual-band metamaterial absorber (MMA) with wide-angle and high absorptivity is proposed. The MMA consists of two silver layers separated by a dielectric layer. Its top resonant element is constituted by two concentric ring resonators connected with four strips. Based on electromagnetic field simulation, the proposed MMA has two narrow absorption peaks with an absorption rate of 99.9% at 711 nm and 99.8% at 830 nm, and the corresponding line width of the two absorption peaks are only 9.7 nm and 9.8 nm. The dual-band MMA shows high absorptivity under wide incident angles. The simulated field pattern shows that dual-band perfect absorption is the combined result of the interaction of two concentric ring resonators and unit cell coupling. In addition, the hexapole plasmon mode can be observed at the outer ring at one absorption peak. The narrow plasmon resonance has a potential application in optical sensing, and can be used to measure the concentration of aqueous glucose with two frequency channels. The proposed MMA with high absorptivity is simple to manufacture, and has other potential applications, such as narrow-band filters, energy storage device, and so on.

2022 ◽  
Vol 9 ◽  
Yu Yu ◽  
Wuyue Wang ◽  
Weihua Li ◽  
Gong Wang ◽  
Yulei Wang ◽  

Photodetectors converting optical signals into electrical signals have been widely utilized and have received more and more attention in scientific research and industrial fields including optical interconnection, optical communication, and environmental monitoring. Herein, we summarize the latest development of photodetectors with different micro-nano structures and different materials and the performance indicators of photodetectors. Several photodetectors, such as flexible, ultraviolet two-dimensional (2D) microscale, and dual-band photodetectors, are listed in this minireview. Meanwhile, the current bottleneck and future development prospects of the photodetector are discussed.

Electronics ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 11 (2) ◽  
pp. 219
Tae-Hyeon Lee ◽  
Ki-Cheol Yoon ◽  
Kwang Gi Kim

A stepped impedance resonator (SIR) is suitable for designing a dual-band bandpass filter (BPF) that can be adjusted to reject spurious bands. A BPF is proposed using an SIR T-shaped meander line and folded structure. The BPF mainly comprises a meander line, a folded structure, and a T-shaped line. A novel BPF is used for the T-shaped line, which operates as a band-stop filter connecting to the center of the BPF. As a result, the complete BPF enables dual-band operation. The insertion and return losses of the first frequency passband (f01) are 0.024 and 17.3 dB, respectively, with a bandwidth of 46% at a center frequency of 2.801 GHz (2.2–3.48 GHz). The insertion and return losses of the second frequency passband (f02) are 0.026 and 17.2 dB, respectively, with a bandwidth of 10% at a center frequency of 4.351 GHz (4.13–4.55 GHz). The proposed BPF provides low loss, a simple structure, and a small size of only 4.29 × 4.08 mm, and it can be integrated into mobile communications systems.

2022 ◽  
pp. 2110975
Xinwei Guan ◽  
Tao Wan ◽  
Long Hu ◽  
Chun‐Ho Lin ◽  
Jialin Yang ◽  

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