A Theoretical and Simulation Study of Dielectrically Loaded Antennas and their Contribution Towards Low-SAR

TitleA Theoretical and Simulation Study of Dielectrically Loaded Antennas and their Contribution Towards Low-SAR
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2003
AuthorsKitra, MI, McEvoy, P, Vardaxoglou, JC, James, JR
Conference NameINICA 2003 - International ITG Conference on Antennas
Pagination245-248
Conference Start Date17/09/2003
PublisherVerband der Elektrotechnik, Elektronik und Informationstechnik (VDE)
Conference LocationBerlin, Germany
Abstract

Current requirements in handset antenna design include high efficiency, small size, low-SAR and a broad bandwidth. In the theoretical part of this study, a spherical analytical model is used to examine these parameters in terms of different mix ratios of permittivity and permeability. A TLM simulation software package is used to model dielectric resonators and predict their efficiency. Results suggest that an optimum permittivity and permeability mix gives rise to the definitive low-SAR antenna whilst maintaining a high efficiency.

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