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Design and Characterization of a Compact Rectenna for Structural Health Monitoring Applications

Abstract : This paper addresses the design and characterization of a compact rectenna for structural health monitoring applications. The size of a rectenna is only 66 cm 2 , of that is, 0.057 of square wavelength at the operating frequency (868 MHz). By adding a small metallic reflector plate (15 x 9 cm 2 ) positioned at 5 cm behind the rectenna, a dc power greater than 100μW (dc voltage greater than 1V) can be harvested from illuminating radiofrequency power densities greater than 0.78μW/cm 2 .
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Alassane Sidibe, Alexandru Takacs, Abderrahim Okba, Hervé Aubert. Design and Characterization of a Compact Rectenna for Structural Health Monitoring Applications. IEEE Antennas and Propagation Symposium (APS), Jul 2019, Atlanta, United States. ⟨10.1109/APUSNCURSINRSM.2019.8888688⟩. ⟨hal-02525973⟩

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