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Robust Self-Interference Cancellation for Microstrip Antennas by Means of Phase Reconfigurable Coupler
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2018-07-27)
We propose a robust self-interference cancellation (SIC) technique for microstrip antennas. A microstrip antenna operates as a transmitter located between two identical receiver antennas having orthogonal polarization with ...
Reconfigurable Linear/Circular PolarizationRectangular Waveguide Filtenna
We introduce a new reconfigurable linear and cir-cular polarization antenna, based on a Rectangular Waveguide(RWG) and a novel reconfigurable polarizer. The polarizerconsists of two orthogonal ...
Waveguide Dispersion Tailoring by using Embedded Impedance Surfaces
(American Physical Society, 2018-12)
The capability to tailor the dispersion and the cutoff frequency of waveguides is of importance, as these essential parameters govern the operating frequency range and the waveguide dimension. Here, we propose the concept ...
A dual-polarized biconical antenna for direction finding applications from 2 -18 GHz
An ultra-wideband dual-polarized structure based on a biconical antenna for direction finding application from 2 GHz to 18 GHz is proposed. In addition to direction finding, the proposed structure may be used for broadband ...
A Parallel Plate Ultra-Wideband Multibeam Microwave Lens Antenna
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2018-06-08)
An ultra-wideband multibeam microwave lens antenna operating from 8 GHz to 18 GHz is proposed. The antenna consists of four excitation ports connected to a parallel plate waveguide filled with a cylindrical dielectric slab, ...
Inherent Self-Interference Cancellation for In-Band Full-Duplex Single-Antenna Systems
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2018-04-11)
We propose a new analog self-interference cancellation (SIC) technique for in-band full-duplex transmission (IBFD) in single-antenna systems. We use an RF circulator to separate transmitted (Tx) and received (Rx) signals. ...