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QUAD-BAND CIRCULARLY POLARIZED PATCH ANTENNA FOR UWB/5G APPLICATIONS

A.Sivabalan, G.Bharathi, K.Deepeka Rani, ,
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ECE, Chennai Institute of Technology, Anna University, Chennai, India
:10.22362/ijcert/2019/v6/i03/v6i0302


Abstract
A quad-band circularly polarised (CP) patch antenna for 7.1/7.6/7.9/8.6 GHz for UWB/5G applications are proposed in this paper. By designing the patch antenna with an inverted U-shaped radiator, I-shaped and L-shaped strips which are all rotated by 45ᵒ at the horizontal axis. The measurement of -37.51 dB of return loss for 8.6 GHz frequency was obtained. A microstrip line feed technique was used for feeding which is one of the contacting schemes used in the feeding methods. A conducting strip is connected directly to the edge of the microstrip patch. It provides a simple planar structure since the conducting strip is smaller in size when compared to the patch. The substrate FR_4 epoxy has high electrical insulation, good mechanical strength, better wear, and corrosion resistance. The measured 3 dB AR information is 5.63% (6.9-7.3 GHz), 5.26% (7.4-7.8 GHz), 5.0% (7.8-8.2 GHz) and 3.50% (8.4-8.7 GHz) severally. This antenna can be used in UWB/5G applications which offer high-speed data transmission.


Citation
A.Sivabalan,G.Bharathi,K.Deepeka Rani,."QUAD-BAND CIRCULARLY POLARIZED PATCH ANTENNA FOR UWB/5G APPLICATIONS". International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends (IJCERT) ,ISSN:2349-7084 ,Vol.6, Issue 03, March - 2019, pp:293-298.


Keywords : Mictrostrip Antenna,Circularly Polarized Antenna,Multi-Band Antenna,Frequency selective surfaces(FSS)

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