By Duixian Liu, Ulrich Pfeiffer, Janusz Grzyb, Brian Gaucher
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Chapter 8 takes the work of low-cost highly integrated antennas of Chapter 7 one step further by introducing the concept of monolithic integrated antennas, which are antennas directly integrated within the IC itself. The promises of these are further cost reductions and smaller size. One can then consider using these to address the needs and costs of commercial and consumer markets. The approach described uses the same substrate as the active radio circuits and adds the antenna, thereby saving the cost of interconnects and signiﬁcantly altering the packaging goals.
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The phased array antenna concept is introduced and used to discuss a design approach that accounts for mutual coupling in the practical design of antenna arrays. The continuous line source antenna is used as a basis from which many antenna concepts are derived. The inﬁnite array methodology is described and used to design a slot coupled patch antenna. Beam-forming networks are discussed in terms of their spatial ﬁltering process through the appropriate use of complex weighting of the elements in the array.