Compact 3D printed antenna technology for nanosat & cubesat applications
Published in : 2019 13th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP)
This paper presents a new technology enabling the design of high performance miniature antennas by using additive manufacturing of ceramic materials. Based on a patented technology, the dielectric material is structured in 3D to obtain the desired effective permittivity. As an example, a patch antenna with a 3D printed substrate has been designed. Simulated as well as measured results are given and compared one to each other.
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