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An Orthogonally Polarized Negative Resonance CRLH Patch Antenna
- An Orthogonally Polarized Negative Resonance CRLH Patch Antenna
- Kahng, S[Kahng, Sungtek]; Jeon, J[Jeon, Jinsu]; Park, T[Park, Taejoon]
- DGIST Authors
- Park, T[Park, Taejoon]
- Issue Date
- Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology, 10(1), 331-337
- Article Type
- Antenna Feeders; Antenna Feeds; Downlink Channels; Dual-Polarizations; Dual-Polarized Antennas; Dual Polarized Antennas; EM-Field Simulation; Linear Polarization; Measured Results; Microstrip Antennas; Mobile Communication; Mobile Communications; Mobile Telecommunication Systems; Negative Resonance; Polarization; Resonance
- A novel fully-printed microstrip antenna with negative first resonance and dual polarization is proposed. The radiator is printed on the 1-layer substrate instead of multilayers. The -1st resonance results from a composite right- and left-handed(CRLH) structure that has a circumferentially interlocked gap capacitively coupling a patch with a shorted-ring. This compact antenna is provided with a dual-polarization capability by creating two orthogonal linear polarizations in one body with coaxial feeds. The design is carried out by doing full-wave EM field simulation which is compared with the measurement of the fabricated antenna prototype. The measured results give the gain of 5 dBi and the efficiency of 78% at the -1st resonance mode as the center frequency of a downlink channel of the bandwidth over 20 MHz with 29 dB polarization isolation for mobile communication. © The Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers.
- Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers
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