Energy efficient design of EHF-5G antennas with enhanced bandwidth for navigation satellite applications

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Publicado en 3C Tecnología. Edición Especial/Special Issue – Noviembre/November 2021



The 5th Generation of wireless communication aims at increasing data transfer rate and system capacity while reducing latency, energy consumption to make it affordable. In accordance with International Telecommunication Union (ITU), 3.4 GHz to 3.6 GHz range in Sub-6 GHz unlicensed Band was used earlier to provide comparatively higher Bandwidth than 4G LTE networks. Even though the complexity in the development of infrastructure is lesser in Sub-6 GHz band, in order to achieve Improved Performance, 5G Networks are implemented in the 24 to 86 GHz bands of Extremely High Frequency (EHF) range of 30 to 300 GHz. This Paper proposes 2 Different Antenna Structures which can Transceiver Signals with Frequencies in the EHF Spectrum (mm-Wave (mmW)) for Earth Exploration Satellite and Radio Navigation Satellite Applications. According to ITU, 24.5GHz to the 29.5GHz band is allocated for 5G Network Implementations in India. Instead of the usage of complex techniques like Wide Bandwidths and Massive MIMO, Antenna Miniaturization could be used to achieve 5G performance.


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5G, ITU, EHF, mm Wave (mmW), Massive MIMO, Antenna Miniaturization.

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