Ground plane size effects on a microstrip patch antenna for small handsets
- Radosław Urban,
- C. Peixeiro
This work describes the research carried out on small microstrip patch antennas for small handsets. The objective is to study the effects of a small ground plane on a planar inverted-F antenna bandwidth and gain. A wide-band antenna, to be used in mobile communication systems and wireless local area networks applications, has been selected. An antenna prototype has been designed, fabricated and tested. Good agreement has been obtained between theoretical and experimental results.
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- 521-524 Vol.2
- 15th International Conference on Microwaves, Radar and Wireless Communications, 2004. MIKON-2004, vol. 2, 2004
- Keywords in English
- 3G mobile communication, antenna radiation pattern, antenna radiation patterns, antenna testing, Bandwidth, broadband antennas, cellular radio, ground plane size effect, microstrip antennas, mobile antennas, mobile communication, mobile communication system, mobile handsets, Patch antennas, planar inverted-F antenna, prototypes, telephone sets, Testing, wideband antenna, wireless LAN, wireless local area network, WLAN
- DOI:10.1109/MIKON.2004.1357081 Opening in a new tab
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