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Ultra-high gain transmitarray antenna for wireless backhauling at 280 GHz

Abstract : An ultra-high gain transmitarray antenna for pointto-point backhaul links at 280 GHz is presented here. The proposed array exhibits a 3-bit phase resolution, comprising only three metal layers and no metallized vias. Thanks to a dedicated synthesis procedure, the unit-cells achieve very low losses, full phase coverage and are compatible with a standard printed circuit board process. A 140×140-element transmitarray is numerically optimized and experimentally characterized, using a 10 dBi horn as a feed. A peak gain of 44.5 dBi with 52.3% aperture efficiency and 0.9° half-power beamwidth are reported at the center frequency.
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Orestis Koutsos, Francesco Foglia Manzillo, Antonio Clemente, Mathieu Caillet, Ronan Sauleau. Ultra-high gain transmitarray antenna for wireless backhauling at 280 GHz. IRMMW-THz2022 - The 47th International Conference on Infrared, Millimeter and Terahertz Waves, Feb 2022, Delft, Netherlands. ⟨cea-03637090⟩

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