Ultra-wideband (UWB) planar antennas with single or multiple notched frequency bands properties have recently been considered for various communications between wireless devices. In this study, a low profile microstrip monopole antenna with double band-filtering function is designed and investigated. FR-4 dielectric with properties of ε = 4.4 and δ = 0.02 has been employed as the antenna substrate. The configuration of the proposed design is composed of a modified fork-shaped radiating patch with inverted Ω-shaped slot and a pair of coupled Γ-shaped parasitic structures, a feed-line and a ground plane. The proposed dual band-notched UWB antenna provides good impedance bandwidth characteristic from 2.89 to 12.43 GHz for VSWR <2 with two notched bands which cover all the 5.2/5.8 GHz of WLAN, 3.5/5.5 GHz of WiMAX and 4-GHz of C bands ranges. The antenna provides good radiation behavior with sufficient gain levels over its operation frequency band.
Wireless Personal Communications – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 22, 2017
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