Jan Machac: Substrate Integrated Waveguide – Base for Leaky Wave Antennas

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Jan Machac: Substrate Integrated Waveguide – Base for Leaky Wave Antennas
időpont: 2016 November 21. (hétfő) 14:15-16:00
helyszín: BME 1111 Budapest, Egry József utca 18, "V1" épület V. em. 502. terem
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Biography:
Jan Machac is a professor at the Department of Electromagnetic Field, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague. His main scientific interests are: investigation of planar passive elements and subsystems of microwave technology, planar antennas, planar microwave filters, propagation of electromagnetic waves in periodic structures, metamaterials. Prof. Machac is an author or co-author of more than 250 publications in scientific journals and scientific international and national conferences. Member of the MTT Society AdCom Membership and Geographic Activities Committee MTT-S Region 8 Coordinator. Member of the IEEE MTT-S Int. Microwave Symp. TPRC, since 2008. Member of the TPC of the European Microwave Conference, 1995-1997, and since 2013. Reviewer of: IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techn., IEEE
Microwave and Wireless Components Letters, Electronics Letters, IET Microwave Antennas & Propagation.

Abstract:
Antennas designed on the substrate integrated waveguide have a planar structure, and can be easily fabricated by a standard PCB technology, so they are suitable for cheap mass production. The lecture presents the
results of an investigation of leaky wave antennas designed on a substrate integrated waveguide. The interest is given to three antenna types: an antenna radiating from a wide longitudinal slot etched in the top waveguide wall, a SIW CRLH leaky wave antenna, and a dual band SIW CRLH leaky wave antenna. These two later antennas radiate through meander slots etched in the top metallization which serve as series capacitors added to design the CRLH transmission line.