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Maybe in future.
Articles like this are for checking EM simulators, this is realy high frequency. In future I'll try to build 60Ghz antenna but not like this.
Firstly I had to find Spectral Analyzer , it's cost like Porsche.
Maybe is better to drive Porsche than try to make 60Ghz antenna.
Share your experience with all of us. This is forum and you can find here many designers. We can learn from your experience and you can learn from our.
If you are work on UHF, L, S, C, X antennas you are probably use EM simulator. You can compare theory expecting, EM simulation and measurments results in <EM simulators> section.
I learn to use EM software in this moment.
My opinion is optoelectronic telecomunication.
In the far future I'll try to build hybrid optoelectronics/60Ghz microwave link, that's the challenge.
This is reason for my interesting in antennas and EM simulators.
I'm doing a research for one friend of mine about new types of materials...such as high impedance,Double Negative,high magnetic permeability (not ferrites), based on Superlensing effect materials.
Do you know something about it?
Can you forward this question to your collegues?
As you know, my interest is completely different from RF materials.
OK! thank you very much. I'm going to open a session about DNG materials and we can exchange informations.
My friend will be happy for your articles.
If you have questions about microstrip antennas, components, array,