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HYBRID DIELECTRIC RESONATOR ANTENNA FOR

WBAN APPLICATIONS
Presented by

B. Lakshmi Bhavani
(13C11A0417)

Under the Guidance of
Ch. Srihari
M. Tech
Associate Professor

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
Anurag Engineering College

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CONTENTS

• Objective

• Introduction

• Design consideration for Hybrid Dielectric Resonator Antenna

• Conclusion

• References

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OBJECTIVE

• To design hybrid dielectric resonator antennas (DRA) for wireless body
area networks, which is suitable for medical applications

 Dual band cylindrical dielectric resonator antenna with parasitic slot

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INTRODUCTION

MICS
• The Medical Implantable Communication Service
• (402-405MHz)band.
• It allows bi-directional radio communication .

ISM
• Industrial, scientific ,medical
• (2.4-2.48GHz)band.
• ISM is a liscence free band
• ISM is used for short range applications including audio and video
transmission

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Characteristics of Dielectric Resonator Antenna

• The size of the dielectric resonator antenna is proportional to λo/√εr

• High dielectric constant

• Dielectric resonator antennas are designed to operate over a wide
frequency range of 1.3 GHz to 40 GHz

• The dielectric resonator antenna has much wider impedance bandwidth
compared to the microstrip antenna

• Dielectric resonator antennas have high dielectric strength which makes
them capable to handle high power

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Advantages of Dielectric Resonator Antenna

• Low dissipation loss at high frequency

• High permittivity

• Light weight

• Easy of excitation

• High radiation efficiency

• DRA offer simple coupling

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Parameter to be considered while designing antenna
for WBAN

• VSWR

• Return loss

• Gain

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Advantage of microstrip feed line

• To avoid the holes

• Ease of fabrication

• In this type of feed technique, a conducting strip is connected
directly to the edge of the DRA

• Simple to match by controlling the feed point

• Low spurious radiation
The Dual Band cylindrical Dielectric Resonator
Antenna with parasitic slot
• The cylindrical DRA shown in Fig 1 operates upper frequency at ISM band

• The lower excited parasitic slot operates lower frequency at MICS band

• The feeding technique is microstrip feed line , which is printed on RT
duroid 6010

Fig 1 Side view of the dual band DRA with parasitic-slot

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Cylindrical DRA (ISM) with parasitic slot

• ISM
• Dielectric resonator is with
ceramic material

• Dielectric permittivity is 42

• Radius of the circular disk
R=10mm

• Height of the cylindrical disk is
hd =7.4mm

Fig 2 Top view of dual band CDRA with parasitic slot
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Cont…………(MICS)…

Fig 3 Bottom view of the dual band CDRA with parasitic slot

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Wireless Body Area Networks (WBANs)

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Conclusion

• A dual-band dielectric resonator antenna with parasitic-slot fed by a
microstrip line suitable for wireless body area network has been studied.

• The bandwidths of the hybrid antenna were wide enough to cover the MICS
(402–405 MHz) and ISM bands (2380–2485 MHz).

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REFERENCES

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3. J. Kim and Y. Rahmat-Samii, “Implanted Antennas inside a Human Body: Simulations, Designs, and
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2004.

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5. X. S. Fang and K. W. Leung, “Design of Single-, Dual-, Wide-Band Rectangular DRA”, IEEE transactions on
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6. Denidni T.A and Qinjiang Rao, “Hybrid Dielectric Resonator Antennas with Radiating Slot for Dual
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Thank you

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