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Patch Antennas

Rectangular and circular probe-fed patch, inset-fed rectangular patch

Microstrip or patch antennas find uses in applications that require low profile antennas without compromising performance. Mostly patch antennas are directly designed in printed circuit boards (PCB). The structure consists of a conducting patch and a ground plane between which is a substrate that can either be air or a dielectric such as Teflon.


Antenna DesignerDesign, visualize, and analyze antennas


patchMicrostripCreate microstrip patch antenna
patchMicrostripCircularCreate probe-fed circular microstrip patch antenna
patchMicrostripInsetfedCreate inset-fed microstrip patch antenna
pifaCreate planar inverted-F antenna
patchMicrostripEnotchCreate probe-fed E-shaped microstrip patch antenna
patchMicrostripHnotchH-shaped microstrip patch antenna
patchMicrostripTriangularCreate triangular microstrip patch antenna


showDisplay antenna or array structure; Display shape as filled patch
infoDisplay information about antenna or array
cylinder2stripCylinder equivalent width approximation