Electromagnetic Analysis of a Complete Omnidirectional Dual-Reflector Antenna fed by a Coaxial Horn

Elígia Simionato, Rafael Abrantes Penchel

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In cellular communications, the losses at millimeter wave (mm-Wave) frequencies (30 GHz to 300 GHz) are addressed with smaller cells and increased number of transmission stations, which results in increased power consumption [1]. Thus, developing a high-quality, reliable and sustainable telecommunications framework for 5G, 6G and beyond will require energy efficient transmitters. [...]


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