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Design of Dual-Band Microstrip Antenna for Marine Telecommunication
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 Title & Authors
Design of Dual-Band Microstrip Antenna for Marine Telecommunication
Choi, Jo-Cheon; Lee, Gwang-Bok; Kim, Kab-Ki; Lee, Seong Ro;
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 Abstract
In this letter, we designed monopole microstrip antenna for WLAN / WiMAX system. The monopole antenna is designed by FR-4 substrate with size is . The proposed antenna is based on a planar monopole design which cover WLAN and WiMAX frequency bands. To obtainthe optimized parameters, we used the simulator, CST's Microwave Studio Program and found the parameters that greatly effect antenna characteristics. Using the obtained parameters, the antenna is designed. Thus the proposed antenna satisfied the -10 dB impedance bandwidth requirement while simultaneously covering the WLAN and WiMAX bands. And characteristics of gain and radiation patterns are obtained for WLAN/WiMAX frequency bands.
 Keywords
dual-band;microstrip antenna;WiMAX;LTE;VSWR;
 Language
Korean
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