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Co-written by Dr Edmund Y. Lam, Associate Professor in Electrical and Electronic Engineering of Hong Kong University, the paper summarizes the antenna design parameters as a function of handset performance, and presents a short summary of design procedure. It surveys internal antennas in various kinds of handsets, and discusses different types of mobile-phone antennas, feeding structures, active antennas, isolation, and antenna loading techniques.
ASTRI’s CEO Dr Cheung Nim-kwan is pleased to learn about the accomplishment of Mr Rowell. He said, “ASTRI researchers have been active in publishing research papers and technical memoranda in world renowned journals or as proceedings of important conferences. This is an important mode of knowledge transfer by ASTRI. Mr Rowell’s effort is exemplary.”
Mr Rowell leads the antenna & digital-RF research teams at ASTRI and oversees the ASTRI Antenna R&D Centre, which offers a wide range of antenna design and measurement services from advanced measurement to complete designs. He has 30 granted patents and 21 publications with over 1,000 citations in innovative antenna and RF technology."
Abstract of Mr Rowell’s paper “Mobile-Phone Antenna Design” is available at http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/