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An ISGW Millimeter-Wave Filtering Antenna with Four Controllable Radiation Nulls
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  • Ming Hui,
  • Liang Li,
  • Pei Jiang,
  • Meng Zhang,
  • Yongjie Wang
Ming Hui
Nanyang Normal University
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Liang Li
Yunnan University

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Pei Jiang
Nanyang Normal University
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Meng Zhang
Nanyang Normal University
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Yongjie Wang
Henan Nanyang Normal College
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This paper presents a millimeter-wave Integrated Substrate Gap Waveguide (ISGW) filtering antenna with four controllable radiation nulls, two on each of its upper and lower stop bands. These radiation nulls can be adjusted by manipulating the dimensions of the stepped-impedance resonators (SIRs), complementary U-slots, and passive coplanar parasitic patches. This filtering antenna has the advantages of separately controllable radiation nulls and flexible adjustment of selectivity and gain curve roll-off. The simulation results demonstrate that the antenna operates at a center frequency of 25.4 GHz, with a relative bandwidth of 14.3% (23.76-27.04 GHz), and achieves a realizable average gain of 7.6 dBi.
09 Oct 2023Submitted to Electronics Letters
09 Oct 2023Assigned to Editor
09 Oct 2023Submission Checks Completed
18 Oct 2023Reviewer(s) Assigned