Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
G. Artner, R. Langwieser, C. Mecklenbräuker:
"Measured Antenna Performance for Different Ground Plane Materials in Vehicular Applications";
Talk: Cost IC1004 12th MC & Scientific Meeting,
- 01-30-2015; in: "Cost IC1004: 12th MC & Scientific Meeting",
Recent advancements in production materials for cars replace well-known ground plane materials for antennas. The production orocesses of shark-fin antenna modules shifts towards molded interconnect devices (MID´s) and carbon-fiber composites (CFC´s) replace steel as chassis material. Differences in antenna performance are presented on the example of a simple monopole-antenna for 5.9 GHz (ITS G5). Gain, return loss and the radiation patterns of a MID-design, a CFC and an aluminum ground plane are compared.
antenna, monopole, carbon-fiber, composite, molded interconnect device, MID, laser direct structuring, LDS
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