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 Title & Authors
Analysis Microstrip Patch Antenna of MIMO Structure
Kim, Sun-Woong; Park, Jung-Jin; Choi, Dong-You;
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 Abstract
This study proposed a patch antenna with a MIMO structure which is applicable for wireless communication equipment by combining a single patch antenna with a multi port. The proposed MIMO patch antenna was designed through the TRF-45 substrate with a relative permittivity of 4.5, loss tangent equal to 0.0035 and dielectric high of 1.6 mm, and the center frequency of the antenna was 2.45 GHz in the ISM (Industrial Scientific and Medical) band. The proposed MIMO patch antenna had a 500 MHz bandwidth from 2.16 ~ 2.66 GHz and 24.1% fractional bandwidth. The return loss and VSWR were -62.05 dB, 1.01 at the ISM bandwidth of 2.45 GHz. The Wibro band of 2.3 GHz was -17.43 dB, 1.33, the WiFi band of 2.4 GHz was -31.89 dB, 1.05, and the WiMax band of 2.5 GHz was -36.47 dB, 1.03. The radiation patterns included in the bandwidth were directional, and the WiBro band of 2.3 GHzhad a gain of 4.22 dBi, the WiFi band of 2.4 GHz had a gain of 4.12 dBi, the ISM band of 2.45 GHz had a gain of 4.06dBi, and the WiMax band of 2.5 GHz had a gain of 3.9 6dBi.
 Keywords
ISM band;MIMO antenna;Microstrip patch antenna;
 Language
Korean
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