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Compact and Broadband Antenna for LTE and Public Safety Applications

NCJ Number
249134
Date Published
2011
Length
4 pages
Author(s)
H. Mopidevi; D. Rodrigo; O. Kaynar; L. Jofre; B. A. Cetiner
Agencies
NIJ-Sponsored
Publication Type
Report (Technical), Report (Study/Research), Report (Grant Sponsored)
Grant Number(s)
2007-IJ-CX-K025, 2009-SQ-B9-K005
Annotation
The antenna described in this letter uses a stepped T-shaped structure in combination with patch tapering and a capacitive feeding mechanism to obtain broad bandwidth (BW).
Abstract
This antenna is designed to operate for U.S. Public Safety (PS) and Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless communication bands covering 426-861 MHz (68 percent BW). The radiation pattern over this broad bandwidth remains almost unchanged with good gain flatness. The antenna has a compact three-dimensional structure with lateral dimensions being ~ 0.25 ë in length and height being ~ 0.01 ë at the lowest frequency of operation. The measured and simulated impedance and radiation characteristics results agree well, demonstrating the good performance of the broadband and compact antenna described in this letter. (Publisher abstract modified)
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