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Design of a new model of miniature antenna quasi-isotropic coverage


Abdellatif Berkat, Noureddine Boukli-Hacene and F. Tarik Bendimerad

In this paper we propose a new model for antenna design with a new geometry, in order to generate a quasi-isotropic radiation pattern in the far-field region. The main feature of the proposed antenna is the capability to generate a quasi-isotropic radiation pattern. The design details of the conceived antenna are presented and discussed. Simulations of the reflection coefficient and radiation pattern are presented. These were carried out using CST Microwave Studio .This antenna is easy to make and has got numerous applications in wireless systems, network sensors, field measurements and electromagnetic compatibility.

Keywords: Miniature antenna, quasi-isotropic, circular polarization, isotropic coverage.

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Abdellatif Berkat
Abdellatif BERKAT was born in Algeria in 1987. He obtained his Masterís Degree in Telecommunications, from Abou Bekr Belkaid University, Tlemcen, Algeria, in 2010. Abdellatif BERKAT is interested in the following topics: antenna design, algorithmic and programming theories, optimization algorithms, development of artificial intelligence methods. Abdellatif BERKAT is a doctorate student in the same university working on antenna design.

Noureddine Boukli-Hacene
Noureddine Boukli-Hacene was born in 1959 in Tlemcen, Algeria. He received his Diplome díEtudes Approfondies in microwave engineering (DEA Communications, Optiques et Microondes) and his Doctorate Degree in electrical engineering from Limoges University, France and from the National Center of Spatial Studies ( Centre National díEtudes Spatiales) in Toulouse, France, in 1982 and 1985 respectively. Recently, he was appointed as a lecturer at the University of Tlemcen. His research interests include, among others, microstrip antennas and microwave circuits.

F. Tarik Bendimerad
F. Tarik Bendimerad was born in 1959 in Sidi Bel Abbès, Algeria. He received his Engineering Degree in 1983 from the Science and Technology University in Oran, Algeria and his Doctorate Degree from Nice Sophia Antiplois University, France, in 1989. He is a professor and the Director of the Telecommunications Laboratory. His main area of research is the microwave techniques and radiation and he is responsible of the antenna section.


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