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Name Yong-Ling Ban Gender: Male phone: 15608030929
email: byl@uestc.edu.cn office-address: EE/C507
major: 4G/5G terminal antenna and millimeter wave multibeam antenna array
research interst 4G/5G terminal antenna, MIMO terminal antenna,.millimeter wave multibeam antenna array for 5G mobile devices
Biography Prof. Yong-Ling Ban was bornin Henan, China.He received the B.S. degree in mathematics from Shandong University, China, the M.S. degree in electromagnetics from Peking University, China, and thePh.D.degree inmicrowave engineering from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC), China, in 2000, 2003, and 2006, respectively. In July of 2006, he joined the Xi'an Mechanical and Electric Information Institute (from China North Industries Group Corporation) as a microwave engineer. He then joined Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Shenzhen, China, first as a RF antenna design engineer and then as senior design engineer. At Huawei, he designed and implemented various terminal antennas for 15 data card and mobile phone products customized from leading telecommunication industries like Vodafone. Since September 2010, he has been an Associate Professor of microwave engineering with UESTC. His research interests include wideband small antennas for 4G/5G/ handheld devices, MIMO antenna decoupling techniques, and millimeter wave multibeam array. He is the author of over 60 referred journal and conference papers on these topics. Prof. Ban holds 15 granted and pending Chinese and overseas patents.
Teaching Schedule  
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS 1.Y. L. Ban*, Q. F. Qiang, G. Wu, H. Wang, and K. L. Wong, A Reconfigurable Narrow-Frame Antenna for LTE/WWAN Metal-Rimmed Smartphone Applications (accepted), IET Microwave Antennas Propag., 2016
2.K.L. Wong*, J. Y. Lu, L.Y. Chen, W.Y. Li, and Y.L. Ban, 8-antenna and 16-antenna arrays using the quad-antenna linear array as a building block for the 3.5-GHz LTE MIMO operation in the smartphone, Microwave Opt. Technol. Lett., Vol. 57, pp. 174-181, Jan. 2016
3.Y. L. Ban*, Y. F. Qiang, Z. Chen, K. Kang, and J. Guo, A dual-loop antenna design for hepta-band WWAN/LTE metal-rimmed smartphone applications, IEEE Trans. Antennas Propag., vol.63, no.1, pp.48-58, 2015. (The seventh Popular paper of of 2015.01)
4.Y. L. Ban*, Z. X. Chen, Z. Chen, K. Kang, and J. L. W. Li, Reconfigurable Narrow-Frame Antenna for Hepta-Band WWAN/LTE Smartphone Applications, IEEE Antennas Wireless Propag. Lett., vol.13, pp.1365-1368, 2014
5.Y. L. Ban*, Z. X. Chen, Z. Chen, K. Kang, and J. L. W. Li, Decoupled hepta-band antenna array for WWAN/LTE smartphone applications, IEEE Antennas Wireless Propag. Lett., vol.13, pp.999-1002, 2014
6.Y. L. Ban*, C. L. Liu, Z. Chen, J. L. W. Li, and K. Kang, Small-size multi-resonant octa-band antenna for LTE/WWAN smart phone applications, IEEE Antennas Wireless Propag. Lett., vol.13, pp.619-622, 2014
7.Y. L. Ban*, S. Yang, Z. Chen, K. Kang, and J. L. W. Li, Decoupled planar WWAN antennas with T-shaped protruded ground for smartphone applications, IEEE Antennas Wireless Propag. Lett., vol.13, pp.483-486, 2014
8.Y. L. Ban*, Y. F. Qiang, Z. Chen, K. Kang, and J. L. W. Li, Low-profile narrow-frame antenna for seven-band WWAN/LTE smartphone applications, IEEE Antennas Wireless Propag. Lett., vol.13, pp.463-466, 2014
9.Y. L. Ban*, Z. X. Chen, Z. Chen, K. Kang, and J. L. W. Li, Decoupled closely-spaced hepta-band antenna array for WWAN/LTE smartphone applications, IEEE Antennas Wireless Propag. Lett., vol.13, pp.31-34, 2014
10.Y. L. Ban*, S. C. Sun, P. P. Li, J. L. W. Li, and K. Kang, Compact eight-band frequency reconfigurable antenna for LTE/WWAN tablet computer applications, IEEE Trans. Antennas Propag.,. vol.62, no.1, pp.471-475, 2014.
11.Y. L. Ban*, C. L. Liu, J. L. W. Li, J..Guo, and Y. Kang, Small-size coupled-fed antenna with two printed distributed inductors in radiating strips for seven-band WWAN/LTE mobile handset, IEEE Trans. Antennas Propag, vol.61, no.11, pp.5780-5784, 2013
12.Y. L. Ban*, J. H. Chen, S. Yang, J. L. W. Li, and Y. J. Wu, Low-profile printed octa-band LTE/WWAN mobile phone antenna using embedded parallel resonant structure, IEEE Trans. Antennas Propag. vol.61, no.7, pp.3889-3894, 2013.
13.Y. L. Ban*, C. L. Liu, J. L. W. Li, and R. Li, Small-size wideband monopole with distributed inductive strip for seven-band WWAN/LTE mobile phone, IEEE Antennas Wireless Propag. Lett., vol.12, pp.7-10, 2013
14.Y. L. Ban*, J. H. Chen, J. L. W. Li, and Y. J. Wu, Small-size printed coupled-fed antenna for eight-band LTE/GSM/UMTS wireless wide area network operation in an internal mobile handset, IET Microw. Antennas & Propag., vol.7, no.6, pp.399-407, 2013
15.Y. L. Ban*, J. H. Chen, S. C. Sun, J. L. W. Li, and J. H. Guo., Printed monopole antenna with a long parasitic strip for LTE/GSM/UMTS wireless USB dongle operation, IEEE Antennas Wireless Propag. Lett., Vol.11, pp.767-770, 2012.
16.Y. L. Ban, J. H. Chen, J. L. W. Li*, and Y. J. Wu, Ultrawideband antenna for LTE/GSM/UMTS wireless USB dongle applications, IEEE Antennas Wireless Propag. Lett., vol.11, pp.403-406, 2012.
17.J. Guo, T. S. Pui, Y. L. Ban, A. R. A. Rahman, and Y. Kang*, Electrokinetic analysis of cell translocation in low-cost microfluidic sytometry for tumor cell detection and enumeration, IEEE Trans. Biometrical Engineering, vol.60, no.12, pp3269-3275, 2013.
18.K. Kang*, Z. Zong, Z. Gao, Y. L. Ban, B. Staszewski, W. Y. Yin, Characterization and modeling of multiple coupled inductors based on on-chip four-port measurement, IEEE Trans. Components Packaging & Manufacturing Technology, vol., no.4, pp.1696-1704, 2014.
19. Z.Z. Gao, K. Kang*, Z.D. Jiang, Y.Q. Wu, C.X. Zhao, Y. L. Ban, L.L.Sun, Q.Xue and W.Y. Yin, Analysis and Equivalent-Circuit Model for CMOS On-Chip Multiple Coupled Inductors in the Millimeter-Wave Region, IEEE Trans. Electron Devices, 2015
20.Z.Z. Gao, K. Kang*, C.X. Zhao, Y.Q. Wu, Y. L. Ban, L.L.Sun, W. Hong, and Q.Xue, A Broadband and Equivalent-Circuit Model for Millimeter-Wave On-Chip M:N Six-Port Transformers and Baluns, IEEE Trans. Microwave Theory and Techniques, vol. 63, no.10, pp. 3109-3121, Oct. 2015
21.Y. Zhu, K. Kang*, Y. Wu, C.Zhao, Y. L. Ban, L.L.Sun, Wen-Yan Yin, and Q.Xue, An equivalent circuit model with current return path effects for on-chip interconnects up to 80GHz, IEEE Trans. Components, Packaging, and Manufact. Tech., vol. 5, no. 9, pp. 1320-1330, Sep. 2015.
22.A 60-GHz 19.8-mW Current-reuse Active Phase Shifter with Tunable Current-Splitting Technique in 90 nm CMOS,IEEE Trans. Microwave Theory and Techniques, (accepted) 2016
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