Design of UWB antenna with parasitic elements for multiband rejection

Abbosh, Amin and Bialkowski, Marek (2008). Design of UWB antenna with parasitic elements for multiband rejection. In: Proceedings of Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference 2008. Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference 2008 (APMC 2008), Hong Kong, China, (2280-2283). 16-20 December 2008. doi:10.1109/APMC.2008.4958424


Author Abbosh, Amin
Bialkowski, Marek
Title of paper Design of UWB antenna with parasitic elements for multiband rejection
Conference name Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference 2008 (APMC 2008)
Conference location Hong Kong, China
Conference dates 16-20 December 2008
Proceedings title Proceedings of Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference 2008
Journal name Proceedings of 2008 Asia Pacific Microwave Conference, APMC 2008
Place of Publication New York, United States
Publisher IEEE
Publication Year 2008
Sub-type Fully published paper
DOI 10.1109/APMC.2008.4958424
ISBN 9781424426416
9781424426423
Start page 2280
End page 2283
Total pages 4
Collection year 2009
Language eng
Abstract/Summary This paper describes the use of printed parasitic elements, which are placed in the radiating aperture of the planar monopole antenna to suppress the radiation at multiple frequency bands within the ultra wide frequency range. The chosen frequency bands are not necessarily restricted to the existing wireless services. The effectiveness of the proposed method compares favorably with the other methods aiming for a band rejection within the UWB: The voltage standing wave ratio (VSWR) at the rejected bands is more than 30, while the antenna gain is reduced by more than 10 dB.
Subjects E1
100501 Antennas and Propagation
861799 Communication Equipment not elsewhere classified
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ

 
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