Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

G. Artner:
"The Communicative Vehicle: Multiple Antennas in a Chassis Antenna Cavity";
Poster: IEEE 86th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC2017-Fall), Toronto; 09-24-2017 - 09-27-2017; in: "IEEE 86th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC2017-Fall)", (2017), 1 - 5.

English abstract:
The number of antennas mounted on vehicles keeps growing. Antennas in hidden modules will replace or supplement antennas in shark-fin modules. Chassis antenna cavities were recently proposed as large antenna modules, which can be built, and concealed, inside the vehicle chassis. Recent results of multiple antennas inside a chassis antenna cavity are presented. An inverted-F antenna and a conical monopole antenna are compared, based on measurements performed in an anechoic
chamber. Measurements suggest that the position of the antenna inside the cavity has a significant influence on the gain pattern. Further measurements of frequency sweeps are needed, but prior to that exchangeable cavity bases are required.

antena, vehicular, automotive, cavity, carbon, CFRP, car-to-car, C2C, vehicle-to-vehicle, V2X, V2V, MIMO

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