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Toolbox™ to design custom PCB antennas for practical designs such
as cell phones, RFID, IoT applications. Prototype and implement
simulated PCB antennas using customizable library of RF connectors and
PCB manufacturing services.
Builds a model of a microstrip-fed printed wide slot antenna on FR4, analyzes it and finally enables prototyping by generating Gerber files. The design is intended for operation in the L-band and has a bandwidth of about 17% over the band 1.6 - 1.8 GHz.
The steps to model and analyze a probe-fed stacked patch antenna. The standard rectangular microstrip patch antenna has a narrow impedance bandwidth typically lesser than 5%. The stacked patch configuration is one of the ways of increasing the impedance bandwidth of these antennas to be greater than 25% . There are different ways of designing stacked patches, primarily differing in the way their feed is designed . The two types of feeding mechanisms are probe-feed and aperture coupled. These two mechanisms have a role in the impedance bandwidth behavior as well as the radiation characteristics of the antenna.
Design and measure a wideband dual polarized microstrip antenna that finds its use at the base station of a cellular system. In order to achieve the wideband characteristic, this design considers a slot coupled patch antenna structure.
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