New compact antenna structures with a slot shaped and a stub tuning for ultra wide band applications
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AuthorDakir, Rachid; Zbitou, Jamal; Mouhsen, Ahmed; Tribak, Abdelwahed; Mediavilla Sánchez, Ángel; Latrach, Mohamed
This paper presents the design of new compact printed broadband antennas for Ultra Wide Band applications. The antenna structures are based on the CPW-fed combined with a slot and a stub line to increase the bandwidth. The proposed antennas have been successfully designed, optimized and simulated by using Momentum software integrated into ADS "Advanced Design System" and CST Microwave Studio. The measured input impedance bandwidth of the final broadband antennas ranging from 2.1-7.3 GHz and 2.1-11 GHz. The design considerations for achieving broadband antennas and both simulated, experimental results are presented and discussed.
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