Technical Program

311: Small Antennas: Theory, Designs, and Realizations

Session Type: Oral
Time: Wednesday, July 10, 08:00 - 11:50
Location: International South
Session Chairs: Mats Gustafsson, Lund University and Daniel Sievenpiper, University of California, San Diego
 
311.1: EXPLORING THE FUNDAMENTAL LIMITS OF PLANAR ANTENNAS USING OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES
         Morteza Shahpari; Griffith University, Australia
         David Thiel; Griffith University, Australia
         Andrew Lewis; Griffith University, Australia
 
311.2: THEORETICAL BANDWIDTH OF FOLDED SMALL ANTENNAS
         Keisuke Noguchi; Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan
         Shigeru Makino; Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan
         Tetsuo Hirota; Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan
         Kenji Itoh; Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan
         Shin-ichi Betsudan; Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan
 
311.3: CALCULATED RESULTS OF STORED ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGIES AND DISSIPATED ENERGIES IN THE VERY SMALL NORMAL-MODE HELICAL ANTENNAS
         Katsuya Mouri; National Defense Academy, Japan
         Naobumi Michishita; National Defense Academy, Japan
         Yoshihide Yamada; National Defense Academy, Japan
 
311.4: METAMATERIAL INSPIRED, ELECTRICALLY SMALL, GSM ANTENNA WITH STEERABLE RADIATION PATTERNS AND HIGH RADIATION EFFICIENCY
         Oznur Turkmen; Middle East Technical University, Turkey
         Gonul Turhan-Sayan; Middle East Technical University, Turkey
         Richard W. Ziolkowski; University of Arizona, United States
 
311.5: COMPLEMENTARY ELECTRIC-FIELD-COUPLED (CELC) BASED RESONATOR ANTENNAS
         Hayrettin Odabasi; The Ohio State University, United States
         Fernando L. Teixeira; The Ohio State University, United States
 
311.6: INVESTIGATION INTO OMNI-DIRECTIONAL, CIRCULARLY POLARIZED RADIATION IN ELECTRICALLY SMALL ANTENNAS
         David Rhodes; Georgia Southern University, United States
         Yen Le; Georgia Southern University, United States
         Sungkyun Lim; Georgia Southern University, United States
 
311.7: 3D PRINTING ELECTRICALLY SMALL SPHERICAL ANTENNAS
         Oleksiy Kim; Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
 
311.8: AN EFFICIENT, ELECTRICALLY-SMALL, 3-D MACHINED-SUBSTRATE ANTENNA
         Ibrahim Nassar; University of South Florida, United States
         Thomas Weller; University of South Florida, United States
 
311.9: APPLICATION OF NOVEL INTEGRATED DIELECTRIC AND CONDUCTIVE INK 3D PRINTING TECHNIQUE FOR FABRICATION OF CONICAL SPIRAL ANTENNAS
         Majid Ahmadloo; TRTech, Canada
         Pedram Mousavi; TRTech, Canada
 
311.10: IMPEDANCE MEASUREMENT APPROACH FOR SMALL ANTENNAS WITHOUT DIRECT CABLE ATTACHMENT
         Yutong Yang; University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States
         Do-Hoon Kwon; University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States