EDI CON Online
Title: 5G Phased Array Antenna Design
Date: September 10, 2019
Time: 11am PT / 2pm ET
Presented by: Anil Pandey, Principal R&D Engineer, Keysight Technologies
Phased array systems operating at millimeter wave are a focused area of research by the emerging 5G communication market. Multibeam phased arrays have driven technology to use the millimeter-wave frequency spectrum for 5G communication. Based on 5G applications requirement, there is an increasing interest in making broader use of the millimeter wave frequency band for communications where narrow antenna beams from low-volume radiating apertures provide enhanced communication security. Phased arrays can adapt their radiation patterns and cancel out information in unwanted directions depending on the operating environment. This feature significantly contributes to the reception quality and data capacity in communication systems. With massive MIMO beamforming, it is possible to reduce transmit power and still get better channel performance. A massive number of antenna elements in 5G phased array enable beamforming technology, which combines radio waves and forms a single sharp beam.
However, 5G phased array antenna system design is challenging. In this webinar, I will explain the basics of 5G phased array antennas and massive MIMO through the design, analysis and realization of these arrays for 5G communication system.
Anil Pandey is the principal R&D engineer at Keysight Technologies. He earned his Master of Technology (M. Tech) degree in RF microwave engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). Before joining Agilent Technologies, he was a research scientist at the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) at the Space Applications Center (SAC), Ahmedabad. He has designed and developed several microstrip and printed antennas for next-generation communication systems. His current research areas of interest include phased array antennas, 5G communication antennas, remote sensing antenna arrays, multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) antennas, switched multibeam antenna arrays, reconfigurable antennas using EBG and FSS structures, metamaterial-based antennas, automotive and ultrawideband antennas for wireless communications systems. He is author of technical book “Practical Microstrip and Printed Antenna Design” published by Artech House.
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