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    Low Loss and Wide Band Trapezoid Based Mono-Pole UWB Antenna Design

    Authors

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    M.Siva Sankar1, Nasir Ahamad2, G.Jegan3

    Keywords

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    UWB antenna, HFSS simulation 

    Issue Date

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    June – 2015

    Abstract

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    Currently highly directive antennas on the market can be choice from as tiny as fifty greenbacks to hundreds of dollars. The gained of these antennas, ranges between since 8dBi into 20dBi. A cheaper substitute with a related gained characteristic could develop to appeal to the consumers in the communication field. In rapid growth of wide band communication system, the circularly polarized patch antenna plays unbeaten able role. Similarly omnidirectional circular patch provides large signal coverage and stability for the signal transmission. The design of the antenna had low profile of complexity for WLAN(Wireless local area network).in this paper proposed the new methodology of trapezoidal CPW-nourished UWB aerial that the band width (reappearance injury ≤ −10 dB) covers with the (2.7 - 9.3 GHz) range, which means to qualified bandwidth of 110% with worthy energy patterns and expansion. Simulation and measurement results of the return loss, radiation pattern and gain are presented. In this proposed method the main objective is to design a low loss and wide band trapezoid based antenna. 

    Page(s)

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    1-6

    ISSN

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    2347- 4734

    Source

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    Vol. 2, No.3, June 2015

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