ANALYSIS OF A MODIFIED GROUND PLANE MICROSTRIP PATCH ANTENNA USING CO-AXIAL FEED
Keywords:Rectangular Microstrip Patches Antenna (Rmpa), Rectangular Slot, Ground Plane, Ie3d Software
A wandered probe-fed rectangular microstrip patch antenna (RMPA) with rectangular slots on a finite ground plane with dielectric material substrate (4.4) is proposed in this paper. The proposed antenna finite ground plane dimension is only 18mm x 21mm. The simulated result shows two distinct resonant frequencies at 4.5 and 9.5 GHz. A 10-dB wide-impedance bandwidth of 1000 MHz and 4100 MHz ranging from 3.8-4.8 GHz and 5.9–10 GHz is achieved. The proposed antennas have achieved wider bandwidth (51.3%) with reasonable gain (4 dBi).
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