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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 6, June 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



A Dual Band MPA For WLAN Applications

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AUTHOR(S)

Shweta Vincent, Pooja Balachandran, Anwesha Paul, Om Prakash Kumar, Tanweer Ali

 

KEYWORDS

microstrip patch antenna, wireless communication, radiation pattern.

 

ABSTRACT

Microstrip patch antenna (MPA) has a numerous benefits such as light weight, easy accessibility, provides dual polarization simultaneously, mechanical stiffness etc. Hence finds widespread use in wireless communication. Designing such antenna could however pose a greater challenge. This paper describes the design and simulation of dual band antenna operating at 2.4 (lower WLAN) and 5.2 (upper WLAN) GHz. The antenna comprises of a rectangular patch with two rectangular slots at the side and one circular slot at the center of the radiating part. The length of the slot can be viewed as inductance and capacitance can be viewed as distance between the slots. These intervenes the current flow on the surface antenna thus helping the designed antenna to operate at dual band. The designed antenna has the advantage of compact size, simple configuration, less mutual coupling between the slots, good impedance matching and uniform omnidirectional pattern.

 

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