A Printed Elliptical Driver Dipole Antenna for Wireless Communications
Keywords:CPW-fed to CPS trasition line, Driver, Ellipticle driver, Wireless communications
AbstractThis work resents printed modified elliptical dipole antenna with a CPW-fed to CPS transmission. The proposed elliptical dipole antenna consiste of a CPW-fed to CPS transform, a pair of elliptical driver. The proposed antenna modified a conventional printed dipole antenna. The proposed antenna is realized a wide frequency bandwidth of 1.84GHz (4.72 – 6.56 GHz) at a return loss of less than -10 dB. The proposed antenna is able to support wireless communications applications.
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