A 44 GHz monolithic semiconductor dipole antenna
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Monolithic semiconductor antennas integrated with a diode detector have been fabricated using silicon-on-sapphire technology. The performance of these antennas is analyzed on the basis of earlier theoretical work on imperfectly conducting/resistive cylindrical dipoles. The measured radiation patterns of semiconductor antennas are compared with those of the corresponding printed metal dipoles.
KeywordsRadiation Theoretical Work Radiation Pattern Measured Radiation Dipole Antenna
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