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

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Tri Band Dual Polarized Patch Antenna System For Next Generation Cellular Networks

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Syed Daniyal Ali Shah



Tri Band, Dual Polarized, Patch Antenna, Antenna Modeling, 5G Patch Antenna, Patch Antenna Prototype.



In fifth generation networks, much emphasis is given to reduce the handset and base station sizes while incorporating even more features for ubiquitous connectivity. Polarization diversity is one of the methods in which a single multi-polarized antenna brings the advantages of antenna diversity. The multiband handset antennas can be made dual-polarized for improved compensation of fading effects of propagation environment, especially in terrestrial bands. This paper focuses on the outcomes of the development of a horizontal and vertical polarized patch antenna scheme that operates on 3 bands, 900 MHz, 1.8 GHz and 2.4 GHz. The antenna system is tested for gain, directivity, reflection loss, polarization, radiation pattern and other parameters. The results are published and found are found to satisfy the requirements of cellular and data communication networks in the specified bands.



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