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International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research  
International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research

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Miniaturization Of Multiban Patch Antenna Using Stack Configuration

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AUTHOR(S)

Mehre-eMunir

 

KEYWORDS

Keywords: Miniaturization, Double fractal patch antenna, Impedance bandwidth, Microstrip patch antenna.

 

ABSTRACT

Abstract- A novel technique for miniaturization of microstrip patch antenna is proposed for Portable and multifunctional Communication systems. Our proposed design consists of double fractal patch, PI-Shaped slot on fractal patch with first iteration and combination of L-Shape and U-Shape slots on the Ground plane. . In this way we get smaller size antenna which is smaller than the conventional antenna. The most interesting feature of our proposed design is that we are getting multiband response in the frequency range of 1-8GHZ having Directivity in the range of 3.76dBi-6.52dBi , good gain and good impedance bandwidth for desired bands. As we have used the double fractal patch with double substrate in which 1st substrate is FR4 and 2nd substrate is AIR .Co-axial cable is used as a feeding method. We have design the PI-shape on both fractal patch. We also employed shorting pin between fractal patch and ground plane. By the combination of all these proposed technique size of antenna is reduced 79.12%s and it produces multiband response while the impedance bandwidth and gain are satisfactory for each band .We can adjust different bands by changing position of shorting pin. This type of smaller size antenna has applications in mobile phone forDCS/DPS, ISM band, C-band, L-band , S-band and also in Radar application.

 

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