Comparison of impedance matching parameters of a pyramidal horn antenna by insertion of organic dielectric slabs

  • Jorge Simón Cátedras CONACYT - Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas
  • José Luis Álvarez Flores Universidad de Colima
  • Juvenal Villanueva Maldonado Catedras CONACYT - Autonomous University of Zacatecas
  • Víktor Iván Rodríguez Abdalá Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas
  • José Ricardo Gómez Rodríguez Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas

Resumen

A comparison of impedance matching parameters from 6.565 to 13 GHz was performed when samples of agricultural wastes as Opuntia Ficus-Indica cladodes, Agave Atrovirens branches and Cocos Nucifera L. husk were inserted at the flare section of a pyramidal horn antenna. S11, VSWR, and impedance were measured and compared to evaluate antenna performance in the presence of them and in order to develop low-cost and eco-friendly devices for antenna matching and other electronics purposes. Particularly, Cocos Nucifera L. husk had the most appropriate features in terms of impedance matching, offering average values of |S11|, VSWR and |Z| of 0.229, 1.871 and 57.647 Ω respectively.

Publicado
2020-04-29
Cómo citar
Simón, J., Álvarez Flores, J. L., Villanueva Maldonado, J., Rodríguez Abdalá, V. I., & Gómez Rodríguez, J. R. (2020). Comparison of impedance matching parameters of a pyramidal horn antenna by insertion of organic dielectric slabs. Difu100ci@, Revista De difusión científica, ingeniería Y tecnologías, 14(1), 18-21. Recuperado a partir de http://difu100cia.uaz.edu.mx/index.php/difuciencia/article/view/14

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