Analysis of a multiband monopole handset antenna combined with a slotted ground plane
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The ground plane of a handset device plays an important role in the radiation process. As a consequence, through a ground plane modification, it is possible to obtain a multiband performance while keeping small antenna dimensions. Numerical simulation using Method of Moments has been used to understand the effect of the slots and a prototype has been built to validate the solution. The proposal consists in a multiband planar monopole handset antenna featuring a small area of 13 mm x 11 mm with a slotted ground plane operating in multiple communication standards (GSM850, GSM900, DCS, PCS, UMTS, LTE2300, WiMAX, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi). Thanks to the presence of the slots, the bandwidth and efficiency results have been significantly improved
CitationPicher, C. [et al.]. Analysis of a multiband monopole handset antenna combined with a slotted ground plane. "Microwave and optical technology letters", 01 Gener 2013, vol. 55, núm. 1, p. 173-180.
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