Phaser-based polarization-dispersive antenna and application to encrypted communication

@article{Wang2017PhaserbasedPA,
  title={Phaser-based polarization-dispersive antenna and application to encrypted communication},
  author={Xiaoyi Wang and Christophe Caloz},
  journal={2017 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation & USNC/URSI National Radio Science Meeting},
  year={2017},
  pages={2187-2188}
}
This paper introduces the concept of polarization-dispersive (PD) antenna. The antenna consists of a patch radiator orthogonally fed by a network composed of a power divider with a phaser-loaded arm and a transmission-line-loaded arm. The PD characteristic is realized by designing the phaser such that the phase difference at the two excitation points varies, across a specified frequency range, from −90° to +90° through 0°, corresponding to a meridional excursion from left-handed circular… CONTINUE READING

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