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Flexible substrate antennas
Sedlák, Jakub ; Puskely, Jan (referee) ; Mikulášek, Tomáš (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with a design of antennas based on a flexible substrate. There is also a design of a transmission line between a flexible and rigid substrate with FLEX- RIGID technology. In the first part of thesis, there is the technology, advantages and disadvantages of using this technology in design of antennas mentioned. There are also basic antenna parameters mentioned. In second part, the design of a transmission line and four antennas is presented. Two of these antennas are manufactured and measured. Finally, the measured parameters are compared with the simulated results.
Suppression of side lobes of an antenna array by unequal power distribution on the elements
Saloka, Samuel ; Mikulášek, Tomáš (referee) ; Špůrek, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is focused on the design of an antenna array with four patch antennas. In the first part, the theory of a microstrip antenna and power divider with equal and unequal power distribution on elements design are summarized. In the second part, calculations necessary for the design of the antenna and both arrays are found. The third part contains modeling, optimizations and simulation results of the individual models and consequently the assessment of the results. A summarization of the measured results as well as photo documentation of the produced structures are in the fourth part. Conclusion of the entire work and its results are deliberated in last part.
Double-ridge waveguide horn antenna for EMC measurements
Martincová, Kateřina ; Pokorný, Michal (referee) ; Mikulášek, Tomáš (advisor)
The thesis deals with the design and realization of a horn antenna for electromagnetic compatibility measurement. First it focuses on general theory of antennas, than it focuses more on horn antennas and their design. Second part deals with description of antenna realization and comparison of simulated results.
Horn antenna with suppressed side-lobe radiation
Kaděra, Petr ; Puskely, Jan (referee) ; Mikulášek, Tomáš (advisor)
This master´s thesis is focused on the ways of possible realisation of the directive horn antenna with suppressed side lobes in the frequency bands 71-76 GHz and 81-86 GHz. In this thesis a detailed research of the feasible options including parameters comparison and assessment of pros and cons of the particular solutions has been performed. Among the specified technical requirements, the emphasis has been placed on the manufacturing options and low cost availability of the materials applicable for the given antenna. The main part of the thesis deals with the conical horn antenna loaded with a hyperbolic dielectric lens, further the antenna with flat dielectric lens based on a transmitarray and also the integrated elliptical lens antenna. The following part of the thesis deals with the possibilities of characterizing the properties of the dielectric material of the lens.
Vivaldi antenna fed by substrate integrated waveguide
Pavlíček, Rostislav ; Puskely, Jan (referee) ; Mikulášek, Tomáš (advisor)
The thesis deals with Vivaldi antenna design fed by substrate integrated waveguide (SIW). The first step in solving is focused on design this antenna in the simulation program Ansoft HFSS, where the antenna parameters are optimized gain, impedance bandwidth and minimizing the size of the side lobes. The result is the implementation of Vivaldi antenna structure SIW and compare the results with simulations. The work includes a comparison of simulated and measured parameters realized antenna.
Radiation efficiency measurements of dielectric resonator antennas using Wheeler method
Sedler, David ; Mikulášek, Tomáš (referee) ; Mrnka, Michal (advisor)
Bachelor thesis discusses the dielectric resonators as antenna elements. This work includes description field rectangular resonators, possible dielectric materials, shapes and feeds, e.g. coaxial probe, microstrip line or substrate integrated waveguide. In project is listed measuring radiation efficiency of antennas in general and method used wheeler cavity. Bachelor thesis contains design of waveguide with proposal of dielectric resonator. Design of the antenna was conducted in software CST Microwave Studio and there are demonstrated results of simulations. Radiation efficiency of the dielectric resonator antenna was measured by the Wheeler method and the efficiency received from the measured gain. The work included the measured results together with a comparison of the measurements of both methods and simulations.
Dual-band antenna for in-car communication
Vörös, Ondrej ; Mikulášek, Tomáš (referee) ; Cupal, Miroslav (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis deals with the design of dual-band planar antenna on a textile substrate. The proposed antenna is tuned to the ISM band 2,4 and 5,8 GHz for application in WLAN-in-car communication. The most common types of planar microstrip antennas, their parameters, feeding methods and methods of analysis are introduced in the first part of this work. In the practical section, the design of the dual-band antenna is presented with the use of the program CST Microwave Studio. The design of two concepts of dual- band antenna made on the FR4 substrate is transformed on the 3D textile and optimised to work at desired frequency bands. After then, the thesis describes fabrication and measurement of designed dual-band antennas in the anechoic chamber and in a car.
Planar and wired Yagi-Uda antennas
Křepela, Pavel ; Pokorný, Michal (referee) ; Mikulášek, Tomáš (advisor)
This work deals with the study of Yagi-Uda antennas, followed by analysis and design of planar antenna with wired reflector. The first part focused on the analysis of the antenna and parameters. Another part of the continuing investigation of the optimum parameters for a given antenna followed by a design in Wi-Fi 5 GHz band. The antenna is simulated in CST Microwave Studio. The final part devoted the results achieved
RFID reader antenna
Trubák, Jan ; Lukeš, Zbyněk (referee) ; Mikulášek, Tomáš (advisor)
This thesis is focused on the design of the antenna to a specific application XY. Emphasis is placed on a narrow antenna beam width, which will ensure full-fledged profit for the tag directly below the antenna. This thesis presents a total of five proposals that could be used by XY application. This thesis also presents the results of field measurements, which confirm the improved characteristics of the antenna with parasitic patch.

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