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Patch antenna - SlideShare CONCLUSION • A THEORITICAL AS WELL AS PRACTICAL ASPECT OF MICROSTRIP PATCH ANTENNA IS PRESENTED • Lower gain and low power handling capacity can be overcome through an array configuration. • Particular microstrip patch antenna can be designed for each application and different merits are compared with conventional microwave antenna. 24. Design and Study of Compact and Wideband Microstrip U-Slot ... The geometry of a single patch antenna using u-slot with different finite ground dimension feed by microstrip feed line can be shown in Figure 1. The patch antenna is constructed on same dielectric substrate. The patch antenna is realized on FR 4 substrate and having a relative permittivity ( ε r) = 4.98, substrate of Analysis of U-slot loaded Patch for Dualband Operation

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Analysis of U-slot loaded Patch for Dualband Operation Index Terms: Microstrip antenna, patch antenna, U- slots loaded patch and dual band antenna. 1. INTRODUCTION Microstrip antenna inherently has a low bandwidth that limits its application in practice. Several approaches have been made to improve the bandwidth of the single layer patch antenna, such as use of a thick or foam substrate [1-2]. DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF DOUBLE U SLOT LOADED DUAL FREQUENCY ...

Improving Bandwidth: E-Patch A modification of the U-slot patch. A bandwidth of 34% was achieved (40% using a capacitive “washer” to compensate for the probe inductance). “A Novel E-shaped Broadband Microstrip Patch Antenna,” B. L. Ooi and Q. Shen, Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, Vol. 27, No. 5, pp. 348-352, 2000. 104

A 28-GHz U-slot Microstrip Patch Antenna for 5G Applications Abstract— In this study, a 28-GHz U-slot rectangular microstrip patch antenna for 5G Applications is proposed. The U-slot antenna concept has been used in patch antenna designed to reduce antenna size.The U-slot patch antenna structure consists of a patch, U-shaped slot, a ground plane and coaxial feed lines.


Design & Simulation of Double U-Slot Microstrip Patch Antenna for WiMAX Application Md. Suaibur Rahman. 1, Md. Munjure Mowla. 2, Md. Mahabub Alam. 3. Abstract — This paper presents the numerical simulation of double U-slots microstrip patch antenna for WiMAX application. The proposed antenna is feed by the Transmission line. Analysis of slot-loaded rectangular microstrip patch antenna SHIVNARA YAN et al.: SLOT- LOADED RECTANGULAR MICROSTRIP PATCH ANTENNA 425 the present work, the patch is fed by co-axial cable (50 ohm). Since the slot is thin, the voltage can be sinusoidal with zero voltage across the ends of slot. Design of U Slot Patch Antenna for Wi-max and Radar Keywords: Microstrip patch antenna, Return Loss, Radar, Slot, Wi-Max. 1.INTRODUCTION The need for a low profile and compact antennas is on rise with the rapid development of the wireless communication devices. Due to low fabrication cost and compactness of the patch antennas many researchers are working in this Multi-Band U-Slot Microstrip Patch Antenna with Defective

Modeling and Analysis of Single Layer Multi-band U-Slot Patch ...

Patch antenna - SlideShare Mar 24, 2015 · WHAT IS MICROSTRIP ANTENNA ALSO CALLED AS ‘PATCH ANTENNAS’ One of the most useful antennas at microwave frequencies( f>1 Ghz) It consists of a metal ‘patch’ on top of a grounded dielectric substrate The patch may be in variety of shapes but circular and rectangular are the most common BANDWIDTH IMPROVEMENT U-SLOT The introduction of ... Multi-Band U-Slot Microstrip Patch Antenna with Defective Multi-Band U-Slot Microstrip Patch Antenna with Defective Ground Base 1129 Fig.1.Geometry of the proposed U-Slot Microstrip Patch Antenna: (a) top view; (b) side view Simulated Results In this section, the simulation and analysis is done for the proposed multi-beam U-slot Microstrip Patch Antennas for Uwb Applications: A Review Microstrip Patch Antennas for Uwb Applications: A Review Stephy john 1, Manoj k c2 Keywords: Microstrip antenna, MIMO,U-slot, Ultra-wide band,GPS I. Introduction In 2002, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) allocated the spectrum from 3.1 to 10.6 GHz