Department of Design and Production of Radio Electronic Equipment

National Technical University of Ukraine
"Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute"

Antennas based on the three-dimensional inhomogeneities for telecommunication technologies

Author: Korniichuk M.

Group: РІ-31м

Supervisor: Nazarko A.

ELK: Master

Speciality: 8.05090203 Intelligent Technologies of Microsystems Radio Electronic Engineering

Summary: Master dissertation, 105 p., 71 fig. 3 tab., 1 application, 32 source. Object of research — electromagnetic crystals and structures based on them. Subject of research — based three-dimensional antenna electromagnetically crystal irregularities. Purpose of work — the use of three-dimensional electromagnetic-crystal inhomogeneities in the structure of the antenna Wi-Fi range to improve performance antennas. Research methods – the method of finite integrals, numerical method of three-dimensional electromagnetic analysis method Periodic transmission line model method of lumped elements. The work was considered modern microstrip antenna solutions and structures that improve the characteristics of microstrip antennas, including two-dimensional and three-dimensional structure structure. Special attention is paid to the introduction of three-dimensional structures in antenna technology. Done and analyzed a mathematical model using three-dimensional antenna structures. The influence of the dependence of the effective dielectric constant of the material foundations of the characteristics of the antenna devices. The results of research allow to significantly improve the characteristics of antennas, namely, to significantly increase the coefficient of reflection, to extend the working bandwidth increase antenna gain and reduce its size. As this topic is very relevant today, the results of this study can be used in further research.

Keywords: microstrip antenna, dgs, periodic structure, electromagnetic crystal, electromagnetically crystal irregularities

The work consists of:  105 pages of explanatory note and 1 appendix

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