dr hab. inż. Anna Pietrenko-Dąbrowska
Deputy Head of Department
A Comprehensive Survey on Antennas On-Chip Based on Metamaterial, Metasurface, and Substrate Integrated Waveguide Principles for Millimeter-Waves and Terahertz Integrated Circuits and Systems
Antennas on-chip are a particular type of radiating elements valued for their small footprint. They are most commonly integrated in circuit boards to electromagnetically interface free space, which is necessary for wireless communications. Antennas on-chip radiate and receive electromagnetic (EM) energy as any conventional antennas, but what distinguishes them is their miniaturized size. This means they can be integrated inside...
Utilization of electromagnetic (EM) simulation tools is mandatory in the design of contemporary antenna structures. At the same time, conducting designs procedures that require multiple evaluations of the antenna at hand, such as parametric optimization or yield-driven design, is hindered by a high cost of accurate EM analysis. To certain extent, this issue can be addressed by utilization of fast replacement models (also referred...
Expedited Feature-Based Quasi-Global Optimization of Multi-Band Antenna Input Characteristics with Jacobian Variability Tracking
Design of modern antennas relies—for reliability reasons—on full-wave electromagnetic simulation tools. In addition, increasingly stringent specifications pertaining to electrical and field performance, growing complexity of antenna topologies, along with the necessity for handling multiple objectives, make numerical optimization of antenna geometry parameters a highly recommended design procedure. Conventional algorithms, particularly...
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