DC-pass filter conception for CPW rectenna design

Abstract : In this paper the challenging coplanar waveguide DC-pass filter is designed, analysed, fabricated and measured. As the ground plane and the conductive line are etched on the same plane, this technology allows the connection of series and shunt elements to the active devices without via holes through the substrate; however the parasitic effects are inevitable. Indeed, this study presents the first step in the optimization of a rectenna: key element of an RF energy harvesting system. The measurement of the proposed filter show good performances in the rejection of F0=2.45 GHz and F1=4.9 GHz. Additionally, the maximum RF-to-DC conversion efficiency of 32% was successfully achieved in HB simulation with the realized DC-pass filter for an input power of 10 μW at 2.45 GHz.
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IEEE Radio and Antenna Days of the Indian Ocean 2015, Sep 2015, Belle Mare, Mauritius. 2015
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Jérôme Rivière, Alexandre Douyère, Frédéric Alicalapa, Jean-Daniel Lan Sun Luk. DC-pass filter conception for CPW rectenna design. IEEE Radio and Antenna Days of the Indian Ocean 2015, Sep 2015, Belle Mare, Mauritius. 2015. 〈hal-01635335〉

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