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Solving the 5G Mobile Antenna Puzzle: Assessing Future Directions for the 5G Mobile Antenna Paradigm Shift

Title
Solving the 5G Mobile Antenna Puzzle: Assessing Future Directions for the 5G Mobile Antenna Paradigm Shift
Authors
Hong, Wonbin
POSTECH Authors
Hong, Wonbin
Date Issued
Nov-2017
Publisher
IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC
Abstract
Advances in antenna technologies for cellular hand-held devices have been synchronous with the evolution of mobile phones over nearly 40 years. Having gone through four major wireless evolutions [1], [2], starting with the analog-based first generation to the current fourth-generation (4G) mobile broadband, technologies from manufacturers and their wireless network capacities today are advancing at unprecedented rates to meet our unrelenting service demands. These ever-growing demands, driven by exponential growth in wireless data usage around the globe [3], have gone hand in hand with major technological milestones achieved by the antenna design community. For instance, realizing the theory regarding the physical limitation of antennas [4]-[6] was paramount to the elimination of external antennas for mobile phones in the 1990s. This achievement triggered a variety of revolutionary mobile phone designs and the creation of new wireless services, establishing the current cycle of cellular advances and advances in mobile antenna technologies.
Keywords
RIMMED SMARTPHONE APPLICATIONS; ON-CHIP; WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS; NEUTRALIZATION-LINE; MONOPOLE ANTENNA; PATCH ANTENNA; PHASED-ARRAY; IN-PACKAGE; SYSTEM; TECHNOLOGY
URI
http://oasis.postech.ac.kr/handle/2014.oak/50859
DOI
10.1109/MMM.2017.2740538
ISSN
1527-3342
Article Type
Article
Citation
IEEE MICROWAVE MAGAZINE, vol. 18, no. 7, page. 86 - 102, 2017-11
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