Communication technologies are crucial components to develop smart city systems related to low latency and massive data transfer. The near field communication (NFC) technology has been becoming more popular for close-range data transmissions, such as multimedia data transfer and non-contact payment, and still increasing in term of capacity and data transfer. Increasing carrier frequencies is a solution to fulfill those demands. In wireless communication technology, an antenna is a crucial element to convert electrical signals into electromagnetic waves or vice versa. Theoretically, an antenna dimension is comparable to the considered wavelength. This condition indicates that higher working frequency systems have a smaller antenna size due to its wavelength shorten. Terahertz (THz) spectrum band is promising to apply higher carrier frequencies. However, the antenna design and fabrication are becoming issues because of the tiny size, electronic components availability, and practical complexities. We have designed a microstrip antenna for working frequency of 0.35 THz by combining ground modification to cover distance and data rates up to 10 cm and more than 20 Gbps, respectively. By considering the previous design, this paper discusses different distances and rotation angles to analyze the effectiveness of wave transmission by simulation using CST Microwave Studio. Analysis use received power parameters to identify accepted signals detection possibility. The results show that the received power exceeded the sensitivity boundary from -50° to 40°, which show that the angles also limit the allowable accepted power level. Therefore, THz NFC systems should consider the antenna placement for an optimum condition application.
|Journal||IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science|
|Publication status||Published - 11 Dec 2019|
|Event||2nd International Conference on Smart City Innovation - Semarang, Indonesia|
Duration: 9 Oct 2019 → …
- Near Field Communication (NFC)