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2022-10-31
Cantenna Adjustment with 1x6 Woodpile Shaped EBG for Application in Goat Manure Moisture Content and Bulk Density Monitoring
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Progress In Electromagnetics Research C, Vol. 126, 49-62, 2022
Abstract
This study aimed to investigate the structural design of a cantenna with Woodpile shaped electromagnetic band gap (EBG) for gain enhancement and to increase the efficiency of signal transmission for measuring the moisture content and the bulk density of goat manure, which can help farmers reduce the cost of buying chemical fertilizers. From the test of operating frequency ranges from 2 to 3 GHz, it was found that the frequency band that responds to humidity the best is 2.60 GHz, increasing the efficiency of the gain with the 6x6 cm2 Woodpile shaped EBG. It was arranged in transverse electric (TE) and placed parallel to the end of the cantenna. This allows the gain to be increased to 9.31 dBi, in which the cantenna structure without EBG has the gain of 7.32 dBi. When the cantenna is used to determine the moisture content (MC) and bulk density, the transmission distance between the cantenna Tx/Rx is 3 cm with an average power rating of 0.0001-0.5 mW. This cantenna can measure humidity in the unit of wet basis (wb.) as low as 0.14% wb., at an average power of 0.5 mW.
Citation
Watcharaphon Naktong Sawitree Prapakarn Natthapong Prapakarn Natchayathorn Wattikornsirikul , "Cantenna Adjustment with 1x6 Woodpile Shaped EBG for Application in Goat Manure Moisture Content and Bulk Density Monitoring," Progress In Electromagnetics Research C, Vol. 126, 49-62, 2022.
doi:10.2528/PIERC22082801
http://www.jpier.org/PIERC/pier.php?paper=22082801
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