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Kim D.Y.,Electronics and Telecommunication Institute | Mun J.K.,Electronics and Telecommunication Institute | Kim C.S.,Electronics and Telecommunication Institute
Electronics Letters | Year: 2012

A new antenna structure with broadband and high gain at the millimetre-wave bands is presented. This antenna consists of a conventional patch and a new guard ring resonator. By introducing the guard ring resonator, the propagation of the surface wave is prevented, and antenna gain is increased. Furthermore, the bandwidth of this antenna becomes wider due to the coupling of the guard ring resonator with the main patch resonator. The simulated results of the proposed antenna show a bandwidth and peak antenna gain at 60GHz of 7GHz and 9.6 dBi, respectively. © 2012 The Institution of Engineering and Technology. Source


Kim D.Y.,Electronics and Telecommunication Institute | Jun D.S.,Electronics and Telecommunication Institute | Kang D.M.,Electronics and Telecommunication Institute | Lim J.W.,Electronics and Telecommunication Institute
Electronics Letters | Year: 2013

A new antenna structure with broadband and high gain at the millimetre wave bands is presented. This antenna consists of a conventional patch fabricated on a thick low-temperature cofired ceramic (LTCC) substrate. By introducing an inner ground plane surrounding the main patch, the propagation of the surface wave is prevented, and antenna gain is increased. Furthermore, the bandwidth of this antenna becomes wider due to the coupling between the main patch resonator and the newly introduced dielectric resonator. The simulated results of the proposed antenna show a bandwidth and peak antenna gain at 60 GHz of 12 GHz and 9.4 dBi, respectively. © The Institution of Engineering and Technology 2013. Source

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