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Optically Transparent Nano-Patterned Antennas: A Review and Future Directions

Title
Optically Transparent Nano-Patterned Antennas: A Review and Future Directions
Authors
Seung Yoon LeeMoogoong ChooSohyeon JungHONG, WONBIN
POSTECH Authors
HONG, WONBIN
Date Issued
Jun-2018
Publisher
MDPI
Abstract
Transparent antennas have been continuously developed for integration with solar cells, vehicular communications, and ultra-high-speed communications such as 5G in recent years. A transparent antenna takes advantage of spatial extensibility more so than all other antennas in terms of wide range of usable area. In addition, the production price of transparent antennas is steadily decreasing due to the development of nano-process technology. This paper reviews published studies of transparent antennas classified by various materials in terms of optical transmittance and electrical, sheet resistance. The transparent electrodes for the transparent antenna are logically classified and the transparent antennas are described according to the characteristics of each electrode. Finally, the contributions transparent antennas can make toward next-generation 5G high-speed communication are discussed.
URI
http://oasis.postech.ac.kr/handle/2014.oak/92306
DOI
10.3390/app8060901
ISSN
2076-3417
Article Type
Article
Citation
Applied Sciences-Basel, vol. 8, no. 6, page. 901, 2018-06
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