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|Title:||Three-Dimensional Printed Helical Antenna Compatible With Rotary Wing Unmanned Aerial Vehicles||Authors:||Üzer, D.
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV)
|Issue Date:||2022||Publisher:||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers||Abstract:||In this study, a basic helical antenna compatible with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles aimed for 5.8GHz band is designed and manufactured by using a three-dimensional printer from Biopolymer Polylactic Acid material. After that, antennas are covered with self-adhesive aluminum tape, copper tape, and Carbon-based conductive spray paint, separately and become conductive. A copper plate reflector is common for all three prototypes. Manufacturing an antenna by this method is easily accessible, fast, and cheap. A Biopolymer Polylactic Acid-based antenna is lighter than a traditional copper wire one. And it provides flexibility in antenna dimensions compared to traditional wire ones. It is seen from simulations and measurements, that the copper tape-covered antenna has the best return loss values. But all three prototypes can be used on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. © 2022 IEEE.||Description:||BroadRadio;EM-PRO;et al.;Hanbon;Rohde and Schwarz (RS);Sleing
2022 IEEE Conference on Antenna Measurements and Applications, CAMA 2022 -- 14 December 2022 through 17 December 2022 -- 185897
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