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Title: A Sinusoidally-Modulated Leaky-Wave Antenna With Gapped Graphene Ribbons
Authors: Yan Cheng;Lin-Sheng Wu;Min Tang;Yao-Ping Zhang;Jun-Fa Mao
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This letter proposes a new sinusoidally-modulated graphene leaky-wave antenna for beam scanning at terahertz (THz) with only one biasing voltage required. The antenna consists of a number of dc-gated graphene ribbons on a grounded dielectric substrate. The graphene ribbons are nonuniformly gapped to realize a sinusoidally-modulated reactance surface to support the leaky-wave operation. The analysis shows that the beam angle and leakage rate can be controlled by the gate voltage, indicating a good reconfigurability. The simulated and analytical results agree well with each other that not only validate the design method but also show that the new antenna is promising for graphene-based THz wireless systems.
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Title: A Sinusoidally-Modulated Leaky-Wave Antenna With Gapped Graphene Ribbons
Authors: Yan Cheng;Lin-Sheng Wu;Min Tang;Yao-Ping Zhang;Jun-Fa Mao
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This letter proposes a new sinusoidally-modulated graphene leaky-wave antenna for beam scanning at terahertz (THz) with only one biasing voltage required. The antenna consists of a number of dc-gated graphene ribbons on a grounded dielectric substrate. The graphene ribbons are nonuniformly gapped to realize a sinusoidally-modulated reactance surface to support the leaky-wave operation. The analysis shows that the beam angle and leakage rate can be controlled by the gate voltage, indicating a good reconfigurability. The simulated and analytical results agree well with each other that not only validate the design method but also show that the new antenna is promising for graphene-based THz wireless systems.
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URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/216941
volume: 16
More Information: 3000,
3004
Appears in Collections:2017

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Title: A Sinusoidally-Modulated Leaky-Wave Antenna With Gapped Graphene Ribbons
Authors: Yan Cheng;Lin-Sheng Wu;Min Tang;Yao-Ping Zhang;Jun-Fa Mao
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This letter proposes a new sinusoidally-modulated graphene leaky-wave antenna for beam scanning at terahertz (THz) with only one biasing voltage required. The antenna consists of a number of dc-gated graphene ribbons on a grounded dielectric substrate. The graphene ribbons are nonuniformly gapped to realize a sinusoidally-modulated reactance surface to support the leaky-wave operation. The analysis shows that the beam angle and leakage rate can be controlled by the gate voltage, indicating a good reconfigurability. The simulated and analytical results agree well with each other that not only validate the design method but also show that the new antenna is promising for graphene-based THz wireless systems.
Description: 
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/216941
volume: 16
More Information: 3000,
3004
Appears in Collections:2017

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8052106.pdf471.08 kBAdobe PDF