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Yuming Nie

Bio: Yuming Nie is an academic researcher from Harbin Institute of Technology. The author has contributed to research in topics: Antenna rotator & Slot antenna. The author has an hindex of 1, co-authored 1 publications receiving 4 citations.

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Proceedings ArticleDOI
01 Dec 2013
TL;DR: A compact fractal planar inverted F antenna for personal communication handset applications that meets the requirements of practical mobile phones well and can be easily designed and optimized by using commercially available software-High Frequency Structure Simulator (HFSS) based on finite element method algorithm.
Abstract: A compact fractal planar inverted F antenna (PIFA) for personal communication handset applications is proposed. The antenna covers GSM (0.89-0.96GHz), DCS (1.71-1.88GHz) and WLAN (2.445-2.455GHz) frequency bands. Overall size of the antenna is less than 48mm*21mm*1.5mm (1.51 cm3) makes it suitable for 4G handsets and can be easily designed and optimized by using commercially available software-High Frequency Structure Simulator (HFSS) based on finite element method algorithm. Simulated return loss and radiation performance of the antenna meet the requirements of practical mobile phones well.

6 citations


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Proceedings ArticleDOI
16 Apr 2015
TL;DR: This research work proposes design and implementation of Multiband Fractal smart antenna for at least seven converged wireless network services for Forthcoming Fifth Generation wireless network.
Abstract: Forthcoming Fifth Generation wireless network will be converged version of all the available wireless and wired networks including cognitive radio network, Wi-Fi, cellular, Wi-Max, WSN, IoT, Li-Fi, satellite communication and optical fiber network. Presently in the era of 4G, numbers of researchers have designed different antennas which can integrate maximum four services. This research work proposes design and implementation of Multiband Fractal smart antenna for at least seven converged wireless network services. The antenna works for several services such as GSM (0.89–0.96GHz), DCS (1.71–1.88GHz), WLAN/WSN (2.44–2.45GHz), LTE (1.7–1.9GHz), Wi-Fi/Wi-Max (2.68–6.45GHz), HIPER LAN2 (5.15–5.25GHz) and Ku Band (8–12GHz) application. The antenna planed to be designed and optimized by making using of commercially available software-High Frequency Structure Simulator (HFSS).

12 citations

09 Oct 2020
TL;DR: Multiband antenna is best solution for mobile device to operate under different wireless communication generation infrastructure to decrease the number of antennas inside one mobile device.
Abstract: Due to highly increasing of mobile user, wireless communication become more sophisticated and advanced, each decade at least one generation of mobile or wireless communication system is released with additional features. While each time one generation is released. It has its own working principle with different operating band. Some of them is GSM (880 to 960 MHZ and 1710.2 to 1879 MHz), UMTS (2110 to 2200 MHz), LTE2300 (2305 to 2400 MHZ), Bluetooth (2.402 -2.480 GHz) or (2.400 and 2.4835 GHz) and WLAN (2400–2484MHz). All additional features need antenna that resonate at specific frequency spectrum range. Which means multiple antenna is needed inside one mobile device to be functional in all generation for all frequency spectrum. To decrease this number of antennas inside one device it is necessary to design new antenna type that operate at different frequency range. Multiband antenna is designed by changing shapes, size, and material property of different antenna types, mostly PIFA, Fractal antenna, and monopole antenna is used for mobile device. Multiband antenna is best solution for mobile device to operate under different wireless communication generation infrastructure. Keyword: multiband antenna, spectrum, PIFA, Fractal antenna, monopole antenna

4 citations

Journal ArticleDOI
TL;DR: In this article , a five frequency band PIFA antenna for GPS (1.57 GHz), LTE (2.6 GHz), and WiMAX (3.17 GHz, 4.1GHz and 4.83GHz) applications is presented.
Abstract: In this article, a five frequency band PIFA antenna for GPS (1.57 GHz), LTE (2.6 GHz) and WiMAX (3.17GHz, 4.1GHz, 4.83GHz) applications is presented. The proposed antenna consists of a PIFA antenna with a Koch fractal slot at the first iteration that was applied to all sides of a square located in the center of the radiating element. The radiating patch modification of the proposed antenna with the fractal slot made the antenna multiband and also contributed to miniaturize the proposed antenna compared to the initial form. The results presented in this work are carried out under the CST MWs software and compared to those obtained by the HFSS software where a good agreement was recorded. The proposed antenna has a gain ranging from 1.13dB to 6.01dB corresponding to the five frequency bands achieved.

1 citations

Journal ArticleDOI
01 Jan 2017
TL;DR: In this paper, a planar inverted F antenna (PIFA) was used for dual-band frequency response in GSM and GSM (1710-1899MHz).
Abstract: One of the most used antennas in mobile devices is planar inverted F antenna (PIFA). PIFA can be design in dual band frequencies due to the coverage of the wireless service in a mobile device that requires a multiple frequencies. However, the consideration of technical operation has to be combined with an evaluation of the antenna radiation impact on the users. A procedure of PIFA work in GSM (867-960MHz) and GSM (1710-1899MHz) is done using CST Software. The dual band frequency response is obtained by means of an insertion of an L-shaped slot, which is use to tune the operation frequencies. The prototype of the antenna is fabricated as model by CST Software and evaluated. It is found out that the PIFA antenna has a good efficiency, bandwidth as well as produce a maximum gain for the antenna. A key and innovative research is still underway to broaden performance parameters of the antenna.
Journal ArticleDOI
01 Dec 2022
TL;DR: In this paper , the authors proposed a planar multiband antenna with changing sizes, shapes, and material properties, which can be applied to N1/N78/N79 5G and 5.8 GHz WLAN.
Abstract: Research in the field of planar inverted antennas with multiband frequencies is currently being developed. Due to the hugely increased number of mobile users, at least every time a new generation is released, a mobile communication system is released with additional features. All additional features of a mobile communication system require an antenna that resonates over a specific frequency spectrum range, meaning multiple antennas are required in a single mobile device to function across all generations for all frequency spectrums. To reduce the number of antennas on a mobile communication system device, it is necessary to design a new type of antenna that operates in a different frequency range. The inverted planar multiband antenna is designed to have changing sizes, shapes, and material properties. Types of inverted planar antennas include planar inverted-L antennas (PILA) and planar inverted-F antennas (PIFA). After analysis, the antenna designed by Juan Zhang et al. is the best solution for mobile communication systems. The designed antenna has compact antenna dimensions and four frequency bands that can be applied to N1/N78/N79 5G and 5.8 GHz WLAN. The antenna has a high gain of almost 5dB in the 5.60–7.00 GHz frequency range. They also claim that the antenna has a beam efficiency of four very high-frequency antenna points and a small side lobe that appears only at the top at the highest frequency point. But unfortunately, the antenna cannot cover the entire frequency range that must exist in a mobile communication system