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Unlock the Potentials of Large-Element-Spacing Antenna Arrays

The event titled "Unlock the Potentials of Large-Element-Spacing Antenna Arrays" is included in the series of DET Talk and will be on 12 July 2024 at 2,00 pm with special guest the professor Yuehe Ge, a renowned expert in antenna technology at the College of Physics and Information Engineering of Fuzhou University, in China.

Antenna arrays with large-element-spacing (LES) offer advantages such as lower cost and less structural complexity. However, they typically suffer from high-level grating lobes, limiting their applications. Therefore, grating-lobe suppression technology in low-profile, high-gain planar antenna arrays has long been an interesting focus for antenna researchers.
In this talk, I will introduce a novel method to eliminate or reduce grating lobes in sparse, thinned, and uniformly large-element-spacing (LES) antenna arrays. Additionally, The radiation performance of the LES array, focusing on achieving high gain, high aperture efficiency, low sidelobes, and effective beam scanning, has been investigated. The results are promising and will be presented in detail. While our investigation is based on uniformly spaced LES antenna arrays, the conclusions drawn can also be applied to non-uniform, sparse, or thinned arrays.

Speaker: Yuehe Ge

Yuehe Ge is a Professor in the College of Physics and Information Engineering at Fuzhou University, China.
He received the Ph.D. degree from Macquarie University, Australia, in 2003. From 1991 to 1999, he was an Antenna Engineer at Nanjing Marine Radar Institute, China. From 2002 to 2011, he was a Research Fellow in the Department of Electronic Engineering, Macquarie University, Australia. In June 2011, he joined Huaqiao University, China, and became a Full Professor. Since July 2020, he has been a Professor at Fuzhou University, China. His research interests include antenna theory and designs for radar and communication applications, computational electromagnetics and optimization methods, metamaterials and metasurfaces as well as their applications. He has authored and co-authored over 200 journal and conference publications.
Professor Ge received several prestigious prizes from China State Shipbuilding Corporation and China Ship Research & Development Academy in 1995 and 1996. He received 2000 IEEE MTT-S Graduate Fellowship Awards. He is the co-winner of 2004 Macquarie University Innovation Awards-Invention Disclosure Award. He has served as a Guest Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques and a technical reviewer for over 10 international journals and conferences. He was the General Co-Chair of the 2020 Cross-Strait Radio Science & Wireless Technology Conference (CSRSWTC2020) and the TPC Co-Chair of APCAP2020, APCAP2022, and APCAP2023.

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