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Date Added: Jan 2015
The Yagi-Uda antenna, first published in an English language journal in 1928, has been used extensively as an end-fire antenna. Yagi-Uda antennas have been widely used for VHF/UHF application and for many microwave and millimeter-wave applications due to their high gain, low cost, high radiation efficiency and ease of fabrication. In this paper, a high gain and broadband Yagi-Uda antenna is presented for wireless communication application at frequency of 5.2GHz. The HFSS simulation software is used to simulate the design.