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The word “meta”, in Greek language, means beyond. It implies that the electromagnetic response of metamaterials (MTMs) is unachievable or unavailable in conventional materials. Many efforts have been done to search for an adequate definition for MTMs. In 2002, J.B. Pendry wrote in a conference paper: “meta-materials, materials whose permeability and(More)
In this paper, a novel design for coplanar waveguide antenna is developed which, consists of two U-shaped slots. The antenna is named Clip. The antenna is designed at central frequency of 2.4 GHZ with input impedance of 50Ω. The antenna dimensions represent 72% size reduction than conventional microstrip rectangular patch antenna. The measured antenna(More)
With the advent of the current wireless communication revolution and the increase in its applications, the electromagnetic researchers in conjunction with the medical physicians take the initiative of studying the price of this beneficial technical revolution. It is the health hazards due to the electromagnetic radiation on the human body. The most cost(More)
We have developed a novel wireless microwave communication input system that allows users to intuitively specify three-dimensional (3D) coordinates in graphics applications. The system depends on combining the microwave holography technique with an appropriate microstrip antenna array system to create the hologram of any desired point in 3D space. A new(More)
This paper presents a novel technique to enhance Antenna-onChip gain by introducing a high resistivity layer below it. Instead of using the costly ion implantation method to increase resistivity, the N-well that is available in the standard CMOS process is used. A distributed grid structure of N-well on P-type substrate is designed such that the P and N(More)
With the progress in wireless communications techniques in recent years, a new promising concept of wireless sensor networks has received a well deserved attention by researchers all over the world. Embedded sensors offer intelligent devices and systems that are able to react to events and physical conditions of the real world. The most important component(More)
This paper presents a miniaturized triangular Antenna-on-Chip (AoC) designed and fabricated on a 0.18 μm CMOS process using asymmetric rectangular artificial magnetic conductor (R-AMC). An AMC acts as a shield plane between the AoC and the lossy CMOS substrate. AoC using asymmetric R-AMC presents a smaller overall area than that of the previous(More)
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