BaSrTiO3 ceramic‐polymer composite material lens antennas at 220–330 GHz telecommunication applications

Ceramic (Ba0.55 Sr0.45 Ti1.01 O3 ) – polypropylene polymer ER182 composites‐based materials were applied for sub‐THz range antenna lens application in telecommunications. Typical plano‐convex ‐shaped lenses were simulated and measured with a standard rectangular waveguide at 220–330 GHz frequency band and applied on 150 mm on‐air distance. The lens fabricated with ER182 polymer material increased the signal strength by 15 dB, ER182/7 vol% BST by 6 dB and ER182/30 vol% BST by −23 dB. Material loss tangent values were 0.008 for ER182, 0.034 for ER182/7%BST and 0.081 for ER182/30%BST. The directivity of ER182 material lens and WR3 waveguide combination was 26 dBi at 300 GHz.

Authors:
Myllymäki S., Teirikangas M., Kokkonen M.

Publication type:
A1 Journal article – refereed

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Keywords:
6G Publication

Published:
2 September 2020

Full citation:
Myllymäki, S., Teirikangas, M. and Kokkonen, M. (2020), BaSrTiO3 ceramic‐polymer composite material lens antennas at 220–330 GHz telecommunication applications. Electron. Lett., 56: 1165-1167. https://doi.org/10.1049/el.2020.1875

DOI:
https://doi.org/10.1049/el.2020.1875

Read the publication here:
http://urn.fi/urn:nbn:fi-fe202101252583