Synthesis of Plasma Corrugated-Rod Antenna for Multi-Gigabit Wireless Technology
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Ivan Teplyakov 1, Viktor Hoblyk 1, Oleksiy Liske 1, Irina Gado 1, Serhiy Maslakov 1, Ivan Pylypiak 1
1 Department of Electronics and Information Technology, Lviv Polytechnic National University, Lviv, Ukraine
Corresponding AuthorIvan Teplyakov
This paper deals with synthesis problem of corrugated rod-antenna by induced electromotive force method for using in gigabit wireless technology. The authors have interpreted survey corrugated rod-antenna as isotropic dipole system and open interpreted programming language «Python» has been used for automatic synthesis of corrugated-rod antenna. Normalized amplitude radiation patterns for different supply voltage of dipoles have been calculated in polar coordinate system. The authors executed experimental investigation of field distribution of corrugated rod-antenna length 4λ0 in which plasma discharge is used as the component of the structure. Adequacy of implemented numerical model has been verified using the comparative analysis method.
KEYWORDSCorrugated rod-antenna, Induced electromotive force method, Plasma, Radiation pattern.
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Ivan, T., Viktor, H., Oleksiy, L., Irina, G., Serhiy, M. and Ivan, P., Synthesis of Plasma Corrugated-Rod Antenna for Multi-Gigabit Wireless Technology, Internet of Things (IoT) and Engineering Applications (2018) 3: 34-43.
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