Advanced Antenna Array Engineering for 6G and Beyond Wireless CommunicationsReviews advances in the design and deployment of antenna arrays for future generations of wireless communication systems, offering new solutions for the telecommunications industryAdvanced Antenna Array Engineering for 6G and Beyond Wireless Communications addresses the challenges in designing and deploying antennas and antenna arrays which deliver 6G and beyond performance with high energy efficiency and possess the capability of being immune to interference caused by different systems mounted on the same platforms.…mehr
Advanced Antenna Array Engineering for 6G and Beyond Wireless CommunicationsReviews advances in the design and deployment of antenna arrays for future generations of wireless communication systems, offering new solutions for the telecommunications industryAdvanced Antenna Array Engineering for 6G and Beyond Wireless Communications addresses the challenges in designing and deploying antennas and antenna arrays which deliver 6G and beyond performance with high energy efficiency and possess the capability of being immune to interference caused by different systems mounted on the same platforms. This timely and authoritative volume presents innovative solutions for developing integrated communications networks of high-gain, individually-scannable, multi-beam antennas that are reconfigurable and conformable to all platforms, thus enabling the evolving integrated land, air and space communications networks.The text begins with an up-to-date discussion of the engineering issues facing future wireless communications systems, followed by a detailed discussion of different beamforming networks for multi-beam antennas. Subsequent chapters address problems of 4G/5G antenna collocation, discuss differentially-fed antenna arrays, explore conformal transmit arrays for airborne platforms, and present latest results on fixed frequency beam scanning leaky wave antennas as well as various analogue beam synthesizing strategies. Based primarily on the authors' extensive work in the field, including original research never before published, this important new volume:* Reviews multi-beam feed networks, array decoupling and de-scattering methods* Provides a systematic study on differentially fed antenna arrays that are resistant to interference caused by future multifunctional/multi-generation systems* Features previously unpublished material on conformal transmit arrays based on Huygen's metasufaces and reconfigurable leaky wave antennas* Includes novel algorithms for synthesizing and optimizing thinned massive arrays, conformal arrays, frequency invariant arrays, and other future arraysAdvanced Antenna Array Engineering for 6G and Beyond Wireless Communications is an invaluable resource for antenna engineers and researchers, as well as graduate and senior undergraduate students in the field.
Y. Jay Guo, PhD, is the Director of the Global Big Data Technologies Centre and a Distinguished Professor at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia. He has over thirty years of academic, industrial and CSIRO experience. He holds 26 international patents, and is a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE), and the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET). He is the author of Ground-Based Wireless Positioning and more than 550 research papers.Richard W. Ziolkowski, PhD, is a Distinguished Professor in the Global Big Data Technologies Centre at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia, and a Professor Emeritus at the University of Arizona, USA. He is a Life Fellow of the IEEE and a Fellow of the Optical Society of America and the American Physical Society. He was the recipient of the 2019 IEEE Electromagnetics Award and was the 2005 President of the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society. He was the 2014-2015 US Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Advanced Science and Technology sponsored by the Australian Defence Science and Technology Organization (DSTO). He is the co-editor of Metamaterials: Physics and Engineering Explorations.
Author BiographiesAcknowledgementsChapter 1 A Perspective of Antennas for 5G and 6G1.1 5G Requirements of Antenna Arrays1.2 6G and Its Antenna Requirements1.3 From Digital to Hybrid Multiple Beamforming1.4 Analog Multiple Beamforming1.5 Millimeter-Wave Antennas1.6 THz Antennas1.7 Lens Antennas1.8 SIMO and MIMO Multi-beam Antennas1.9 In-Band Full Duplex Antennas1.10 ConclusionsChapter 2 Millimeter-Wave Beam Forming Networks1. Circuit-Type BFNs: SIW Based Bulter and Nolen Matrixes2. Quasi Optical BFNs: Rotman Lens and Reflectors3. ConclusionsChapter 3 Decoupling Methods for Antenna Arrays3.1. Electromagnetic Band-gap Structures3.2. Defected Ground Structures3.3 Neutralization Lines3.4. Array-Antenna Decoupling Surfaces3.5 Metamaterial Structures3.6 Parasitic Resonators3.7 ConclusionsChapter 4 De-scattering Methods for Coexistent Antenna Arrays4.1 De-scattering vs Decoupling in Coexistent Antenna Arrays4.2 Mantle Cloak De-Scattering4.3 Lumped-Choke De-Scattering4.4 Distributed-Choke De-Scattering4.5 Mitigating the Effect of HB Antennas on LB Antennas4.6 ConclusionsChapter 5 Differentially-fed Antenna Arrays5.1 Differential Systems5.2 Differential-fed Antenna Elements5.3 Differential-fed Antenna Arrays5.4 Differential-fed Multi-Beam Antennas5.5 ConclusionsChapter 6 Conformal Transmitarrays6.1 Conformal Transmitarrays Challenges6.2 Conformal Transmitarrays Employing Triple-Layer Elements6.3 Beam Scanning Conformal Transmitarrays6.4 Conformal Transmitarray Employing Ultra-thin Dual-Layer Huygens Elements6.5 Elliptically Conformal Multibeam Transmitarray with Wide-Angle Scanning Ability6.6 ConclusionsChapter 7 Frequency Independent Beam Scanning Leaky Wave Antennas7.1 Reconfigurable Fabry-Pérot (FP) LWA7.2 Period-Reconfigurable SIW Based LWA7.3 Reconfigurable Composite Right/Left-Handed LWA7.4 Two Dimensional Multibeam Leaky Wave Antenna7.5 ConclusionsChapter 8 Beam Pattern Synthesis of Analogue Arrays8.1 Thinned Antenna Arrays8.2 Arrays with Rotated Elements8.3 Arrays with Tracking Abilities Employing Sum and Difference Patterns8.4 Synthesis of SIMO Arrays 8.5 Conclusions