Design and Fabrication a W-Shape Form Dual-Band Flexible Antenna For Biomedical Applications
Source of Publication
2023 International Microwave and Antenna Symposium (IMAS)
This study suggests a dual band flexible antenna for use at 900 and 2450 MHz. With a footprint of 0.23 o, 0.120 o, and 0.0007 o, where o is the lowest resonance wavelength, the antenna is relatively tiny. The antenna is built from a straightforward geometrical structure consisting of a W-shaped serpentine structure supplied by a microstrip line and a partial ground plane utilizing the Defected Ground Structure (DGS) technology in order to achieve wide operational bandwidth. In order to boost resonance, an additional capacitor was inserted between the slots, creating a portable dual-band antenna. Several performance metrics' findings and the ones that had been measured were compared. The antenna's potential for rigid and flexible electronics is increased by its good size, bandwidth, gain, and radiation pattern.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Microwave antennas, Slot antennas, Permittivity measurement, Capacitors, Dual band, Microstrip antennas, Bandwidth
Fatah, Sara Yehia Abdel; Taher, Fatma; Haweel, Mohammad T.; Hamadi, Hussam Al; Mohamadien, Khaled Hassan; and Sree, Mohamed Fathy Abo, "Design and Fabrication a W-Shape Form Dual-Band Flexible Antenna For Biomedical Applications" (2023). All Works. 5692.
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