Miniaturized beam steerable system using rotman lens for mm wave applications at 60GHz

@article{Hassanien2016MiniaturizedBS,
  title={Miniaturized beam steerable system using rotman lens for mm wave applications at 60GHz},
  author={Mohamed A. M. Hassanien and Michael Jenning and Dirk Plettemeier},
  journal={2016 16th Mediterranean Microwave Symposium (MMS)},
  year={2016},
  pages={1-4}
}
In this work, an electronically beam switching device using Rotman lens for mm wave technology at 60 GHz is proposed. The antenna elements are fed by a Rotman lens with five input ports and seven output ports. Rotman lens is a very good candidate as beam forming network due to its compact and planar structure. Five different scanning angels can be accomplished by this design: -30 °, -15°, 0°, +15° and +30 °. The simulation results show good return loss and true time delay performance. The… CONTINUE READING

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