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Enhancement of bandwidth for Design of wideband Micro Strip Antenna for 4G Applications

Publication Date : 19/07/2020


DOI : 10.21884/IJMTER.2020.7041.Q2WBG

Author(s) :

Salil Naik , Denzyl Fernandes , Saahil Dessai , Rajat Gawas , Shreeyank Jambhale , Shailendra Aswale.


Volume/Issue :
Volume 7
,
Issue 7
(07 - 2020)



Abstract :

Technological developments in telecommunications, particularly wireless technologies, are evolving very rapidly. Compact mobile devices require low profile antennas to reduce the overall size of the device. The basic geometry of a Micro Strip Patch Antenna (MSPA) consists of a metallic patch printed on a grounded substrate. The MSPA offers the advantages of low profile, lightweight, low cost, robust, ease of fabrication, and compatibility with IC technology, but the basic geometry suffers from narrow bandwidth. In order to enhance the bandwidth of the antenna, one of the methods is adding parasitic elements. The 4G/LTE applications use frequency bands 850 MHz, 900 MHz, 1800 MHz, and 2300 MHz; therefore, an alternative to support all these bands in one antenna is to design a wideband antenna. The antenna design uses FR4 substrate with dielectric constant of 4.6, Partial Ground plane, feed line, patch, and parasitic element. This paper reviews the design of wideband MSPA, which is used for mobile communication, especially for 4G/LTE applications.


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