Analysis of SIW Crossover for 5G Beamforming Network Applications

Authors

  • Mohammed A. I. Matar Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, EskiÅŸehir Osmangazi University, EskiÅŸehir, Turkey
  • Gokhan Cinar Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, EskiÅŸehir Osmangazi University, EskiÅŸehir, Turkey
  • Özge Çınar Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, EskiÅŸehir Osmangazi University, EskiÅŸehir, Turkey

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14419/ijet.v11i1.31993

Published:

2022-04-04

Keywords:

Generalized Scattering Matrix Method (GSMM), microwave crossover, Mode-Matching Technique (MMT), Substrate Integrated Waveguide (SIW), 5G beamforming.

Abstract

A Mode-Matching Technique (MMT) with Generalized Scattering Matrix Method (GSMM) are deployed to design and analyze H-plane SIW crossover operating at 26 GHz for 5G beamforming networks applications. The introduced crossover has an 0 dB transmission over more than 4 GHz bandwidth. During the MMT formulation, the crossover structure is divided into two symmetrical cascaded parts with each part having multi-port bifurcated sections. Due to the symmetrical structure, analyzing one half of the coupler with MMT has been sufficient for full analysis. The obtained S-parameter results from MMT are compared with full-wave CST simulator results.

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based on siw technology for x band applications,†in 2020 1st International Conference on

Communications, Control Systems and Signal Processing (CCSSP), 2020, pp. 85–89.

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Matar, M. A. I., Cinar, G., & Çınar, Özge. (2022). Analysis of SIW Crossover for 5G Beamforming Network Applications. International Journal of Engineering & Technology, 11(1), 50–58. https://doi.org/10.14419/ijet.v11i1.31993
Received 2022-02-26
Accepted 2022-03-20
Published 2022-04-04