Reconfigurable Microfluidic Transmitarray Unit Cell

Erdil, E
Topallı, K
Zorlu, Özge
Toral, T
Yıldırım, E
Külah, Haluk
Özlem, Civi Aydın


Reconfigurable Microfluidic Transmitarray Unit Cells
Erdil, E; Kaan, Topallı; Zorlu, Özge; Toral, T; Yıldırım, E; Külah, Haluk; Özlem, Civi Aydın (2013-07-03)
Reconfigurable Nested Ring-Split Ring Transmitarray Unit Cell Employing the Element Rotation Method by Microfluidics
Erdil, Emre; TOPALLI, KAĞAN; Esmaeilzad, Nasim S.; Zorlu, Ozge; Külah, Haluk; Aydın Çivi, Hatice Özlem (2015-03-01)
A continuously tunable, circularly polarized X-band microfluidic transmitarray unit cell employing the element rotation method is designed and fabricated. The unit cell comprises a double layer nested ringsplit ring structure realized as microfluidic channels embedded in Polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) using soft lithography techniques. Conductive regions of the rings are formed by injecting a liquid metal (an alloy of Ga, In, and Sn), whereas the split region is air. Movement of the liquid metal together with ...
Reconfigurable microcontroller based multifrequency electrical impedance tomography
Arpınar, Volkan Emre; Eyüboğlu, Murat; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2002)
Reconfigurable RF MEMS Devices and Antennas
Kaan, Topallı; Ünlü, Mehmet; İstanbulluoğlu, İpek; Atasoy, Halil İbrahim; Bayraktar, Ömer; Aydın Çivi, Hatice Özlem; Demir, Şimşek; Koç, Seyit Sencer; Akın, Tayfun (2007-12-05)
Reconfigurable CPW-FED dual-frequency rectangular slot antenna using RF MEMS technology
Erdil, Emre; Topalli, Kagan; Aydın Çivi, Hatice Özlem; Akın, Tayfun (2005-07-08)
A reconfigurable dual-frequency rectangular slot antenna using MEMS technology is presented. In this structure, a rectangular slot antenna is integrated with MEMS cantilever type capacitors. Simulation results show that the structure has a dual frequency behavior where both of the resonant frequencies can be reconfigured dynamically. By the actuation of MEMS cantilevers, the lower resonant frequency shifts 1.2 GHz, whereas the higher resonant frequency has a shift of 330 MHz without any distortion of the ra...
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