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The dimension and the alignment of the ground plane and radiation element are also considered.
This states that the stacked MSA operates as a radiation element in the same principle as the antenna proposed in [3].
The grid array antenna is a low-profile flat and linear or circular polarization antenna composed of many grid cells formed by two kinds of lines: one acts as radiation elements, and the other as transmission lines that provide a phase delay of 360[degrees] at resonance to ensure the in-phase excitation of all the radiation elements.
The radiation element consists of a patch, four T-probe feeders and a circular truncated cone.
We are exposed to radiation from the sun and outer space (cosmic rays) and naturally occurring radiation elements are taken into our bodies by means of food and water or by inhalation.
In this demonstration, the radiation elements can be either arranged normally (all in the same orientation) or in a mirror configuration [6] (the orientation in Figure 12) if cross-polarization levels need to be suppressed at broadside.
Such system has to be composed of wideband radiation elements with stable radiation patterns of acceptable gain, low cross polarization, and high front-to-back ratio.
The IC-based microheating elements that were used in this work have been previously developed, studied, and described extensively for applications such as thermal radiation elements [19], thermal flat panel displays [20], and microhotplate gas sensors [21] at NIST.
Manufacturing technology, examined the fabrication and feasibility of building transmission lines and radiation elements for the wearable textile-based antenna.
However, they have difficulty in achieving low sidelobe levels and high radiation efficiencies due to the strong mutual coupling and spurious radiation among the monopulse comparator, feed network, and radiation elements [10].
Those methods, however, obtained high gain at the cost of losing bandwidth because of the mutual coupling among radiation elements or antenna elements.
As shown in Figure 2, the radiation elements were placed on a substrate with a size of W x L, and the size of ground was ([L.sub.1] + [L.sub.2]) x L.
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