Broadband Stacked Patch Antenna With Low VSWR and Low Cross-Polarization

A low cross-polarization broadband stacked patch antenna is proposed. By means of the stacked patch configuration and probe-fed strip feed technique, the VSWR 1.2:1 bandwidth of the patch antenna is enhanced to 22% from 804 MHz to 1,002 MHz, which outperforms the other available patch antennas (<10%). Furthermore, the antenna has a cross-polarization level of less than - 20 dB and a gain level of about 9 dBi across the operating bandwidth. Simulation results are compared with the measurements, and a good agreement is observed.

Provided by: Electronics and Telecommunication Research Institute Topic: Networking Date Added: Aug 2010 Format: PDF

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