Perturbed T-shaped patch antenna with slits and a floating metal for 5G

Authors

  • Erol Terovic Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences, International University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Sehabeddin Taha Imeci Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences, International University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37868/dss.v3.id185

Abstract

This research paper highlights the process of designing and simulating a novel antenna. Our antenna is meant to be used in 5G applications (sub-6 Ghz). Simulating and designing was done using the Sonnet Suites software. The substrate used in our antenna is 1.55mm thick FR-4 substrate, that has a εr of 4.4. The antenna center frequency is 4.06 GHz. At the center frequency, S11 is -39.46 dB. Furthermore, the antenna has an E-  of 5.75 dB, and E-  of -9.99 dB. This antenna can be used in devices that use 5G technologies. This antenna has the benefit of being cheap to produce, while boasting good performance during operationThis research paper highlights the process of designing and simulating a novel antenna. Our antenna is meant to be used in 5G applications (sub-6 Ghz). Simulating and designing was done using the Sonnet Suites software. The substrate used in our antenna is 1.55mm thick FR-4 substrate, that has a εr of 4.4. The antenna center frequency is 4.06 GHz. At the center frequency, S11 is -39.46 dB. Furthermore, the antenna has an E-  of 5.75 dB, and E-  of -9.99 dB. This antenna can be used in devices that use 5G technologies. This antenna has the benefit of being cheap to produce, while boasting good performance during operation.

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Published

2022-06-21

How to Cite

[1]
E. Terovic and S. T. Imeci, “Perturbed T-shaped patch antenna with slits and a floating metal for 5G”, Defense and Security Studies, vol. 3, pp. 15–21, Jun. 2022.

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