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|Title:||Integrated Bluetooth UWB Antenna with Reconfigurable Characteristics including rejection of Dual Interfering Bands using Parasitic Elements Backed Plane for Wireless Applications|
|Publisher:||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.|
|Abstract:||In the presented research article, a modified hexagon patch antenna with modified rectangular ground plane is used to obtain Ultrawideband (UWB) bandwidth (3.16GHz-10.62GHz). To mitigate the interference caused by WLAN Band (5.150GHz-5.825GHz) and Downlink X-Band Satellite System (7.25GHz-7.75GHz), pair of C-shaped parasitic elements are placed backed plane behind radiating patch. Antenna is characterized in terms of near field, far field and spatial regions providing good matching of impedance in entire operating band. Proposed antenna also offers stable gain except notched bands, high radiation efficiency and required 2-D radiation patterns in E- and H-plane. Antenna is compact in size and makes it suitable candidate for different wireless applications.|
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