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Antennas for Low Frequency
Sheffield University researchers are on track to produce antennas for low frequency wireless communications that are so small that they could concievably by incorporated within the vehicles surface. Currently, applications for low frequency communications include space missions, emergency services, and military applications. However, the antennas that are currently used tend to break with abnormal frequency due to their size.
The project will also look at using meta-materials to create high impedance surfaces. Also, the research team is in the process of patenting technology which is aimed at shrinking the electronic band gap surfaces. One advantage of band gap materials is that they tend to shield the antenna and associated radiation from the body.
Sheffield University has a few industrial partners in Harada industries and BAE Systems. The project is expected to be completed sometime in 2011 and intends on determining how small the antennas can get while still being functional.
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