Mm-waves have become a well-known and desired frequency band, thanks to 5G FR2 and RADAR applications. Antenna designers have learned how tricky antenna systems can be on those frequencies
Nowadays almost every specification for 5G device states dual-polarization as a basic and mandatory feature. Dual-polarized antennas became a part of everyday work for most RF engineers, but mmWave
1. Introduction Fifth generation of mobile cellular networks (5G) is going to create a bridge to the future into the world of wireless technology due to the promising features
Implementation of 5G mm-Wave technology requires a lot of significant changes in antenna design engineers’ work. Antennas’ specification becomes more and more complicated: wideband and dual-band support, high gain,
5G mm-Wave era brings significant changes to many areas of our life. New technology requires not only completely novel approaches in concepting and design but also in the manufacturing
Mm-wave frequency bands are very appealing for telecommunication engineers due to available bandwidth and high data speed possibilities. However, working with high frequencies brings new challenges such us extremely path loss and diffraction.