A Parametric Study on Impedance Matching of a CPW Fed T-Shaped UWB Antenna
As high data rate wireless communication technologies are gaining importance in modern communication systems, design of an antenna with compact size, simple structure and wide operating frequency range is a challenge. Ultra wide band systems provide wide bandwidth with high data transfer rates and less multi path interference. In 2002, Federal Communication Commission allocated a band range from 3.1GHz to 10.6 GHz for UWB systems. Different varieties of printed slot antennas like L-shaped slot, inverted T-shaped slot etc., are used for UWB applications but they are larger in size. Antenna with parasitic elements also increase the bandwidth but at the cost of size.