Design and Simulation of a 28 GHz Rectenna for Harvesting Wireless Energy
Ahmed Azhari Magzoub Suliman, Ahmed Awad Ahmed
Green 5G energy, Microstrip antenna design, Millimeter Wave (mmWave) rectifier. Wireless energy harvesting
This paper, firstly, describes the design of a rectenna that is capable of operating in the band of 5th Generation (5G). The availability of 5G’s systems will create the opportunity to harvest energy everywhere in the network’s coverage. Secondly, Millimeter Wave (mmWave) (28 GHz frequency) rectifier has been designed to convert the AC microwave energy to 5V-DC at the output of the rectenna system. The current design describes using an antenna for energy harvesting using Computer Simulation Technology (CST) 2014 and a rectifier circuit using Advance Design System (ADS) 2016. Because of its small size, the rectenna could be used for harvesting energy from nearby sources for charging an implantable sensor battery or for other applications where miniaturization is a design consideration. The obtained microstrip antenna design is achieved with good matching point realizing -17 dB return loss. The designed rectifier circuits achieved 5V-DC at its output.
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Unique Paper ID: 155738

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1

Page(s): 1691 - 1697
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