Terahertz Dielectric Resonator Antennas for High Speed Communication and Sensing
From theory to design and implementation
Terahertz dielectric resonator antennas (DRAs) provide ultrafast data transfer rates using large bandwidth and multimode operations, which make them ideal for high speed communication due to their low loss and high efficiency. They can work at microwave, terahertz or optical frequencies, and are compact in size, which makes them well suited for advanced applications in sensing, scanning and imaging. New geometries are being developed for conical optical DRAs, cylindrical optical DRAs and spherical optical DRAs. Spherical optical DRAs have features of super directivity which can be used in quantum radars. Cylindrical optical DRAs with photo diodes can be used for wireless energy harvesting.
This book covers the theory, modelling, design and implementation of DRA technologies at the microwave, terahertz or optical regime for future applications in wireless high-speed communication, wireless personal communication and sensor networks. Case studies on new geometries with prototype models are included at the end of this book.
About the Author
Rajveer S. Yaduvanshi is a professor at the Netaji Subhas University of Technology, ECE department, India. He has more than 35 years of experience in teaching and research in RF and microwave engineering. Professor Yaduvanshi has written three books on the topic of Antennas and published more than 107 research papers. In 2017 he organized the international conference ICPR in Delhi as general chair.