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Vol. 78, Issue 4, April 2007, pp. 1093-1097

 

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A Novel Design of Micromachined Horn Antenna for Millimeter and Sub-millimeter Applications

 

A.Ansari1, E. Abbaspour2, Gh. Dadashzadeh3

1,2Urmia University, Department of Electrical Engineering, Iran

1E-mail: ali_ansari698@yahoo.com, 2E-mail: e.abbaspour@mail.urmia.ac.ir

3Telecommunication Research Center, Iran
E-mail: gdadash@itrc.ac.ir

 

 

Received:  5 March 2007   /Accepted: 20 April 2007   /Published: 23 April 2007

 

Abstract: A novel design of micromachined horn antenna is presented. Horn excited with a quasi-Yagi antenna. In this paper micromachining process of this antenna, and simulation results of a horn structure operate around 330GHz using Agilent High Frequency Structure Simulator (HFSS) software is presented. The results indicate a gain around 10dB, directivity 10.5dB and resonant dipole impedance 48.3Ω for horn antenna. The micromachined horn antenna is a high-efficiency antenna suitable for applications in millimeter-wave imaging systems, remote-sensing, and radio astronomy.

 

Keywords: MEMS Antenna, Horn Antenna, Micromachined Antenna, Millimeter Waves

 

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