Harmonic Suppressed Microstrip Antenna for WLAN Applications
Bajibabu Mutte, J. Babu, U. V. Ratna Kumari
Dual-band, HFSS, in set fed, DGS, WLAN.
A novel harmonic suppressed microstrip antenna for 2.4-GHz wireless local area network (WLAN) applications is proposed. The proposed antenna is fed with inset feed microstrip line. The antenna is printed on FR4 substrate and with dielectric constant 4.4. The antenna operates on at 2.4 GHz which is used for WLAN and the simulation is done in HFSS software. The planar design, simple feeding technique and compactness make it easy for the integration of the antenna into circuit boards. The dumb bell shaped stubs are used on Feed line and on ground plane to suppress the harmonics. The defects on the ground plane disturb the current distribution of the ground plane. Simulation tool, based on the method of moments has been used to analyze and optimize the antenna. Various features such as miniature size, simple con-figuration and low fabrication cost make the antenna suitable for wireless networks
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Unique Paper ID: 161986

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 7

Page(s): 164 - 166
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