Current high-gain terahertz (THz) antennas based on horn or lens antennas are bulky in size, while conventional technologies used for high-gain antenna arrays are difficult to scale down to THz. The high-gain ORA has a small thickness of about 2.5 free space wavelength that is suitable for on-chip integration with other components to form a wireless system for future 6G communications needs.
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