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Title: Design and Development of Compact Coplanar Waveguide Fed Antennas for Wireless Applications
Authors: Sujith, R
Dr.Mohanan, P
Keywords: Electromagnetic theory
Milestones in Communication
Wireless communication
Analysis of antennas
Antenna Fabrication and Experimental
Issue Date: Jan-2012
Publisher: Cochin University of Science and Technology
Abstract: The need of miniaturization in the present day communication industry is challenging. In the present scenario, printed antenna technology is highly suitable for wireless communication due to its low profile and other desirable radiation characteristics. Small monopole type antennas are overruled by compact small antennas for present day mobile communication applications. Coplanar waveguides (CPW) are printed on one side of a dielectric substrate. CPW have attracted the attention of antenna designers due to their excellent properties like ease of integration with ‘MMIC’, low cost, wide bandwidth, flexibility towards multiband operation, low radiation leakage and less dispersion. The requirement of omnidirectional coverage, light weight and low cost made these CPW fed antennas a good candidate for wireless applications. The main focus of the thesis is the study of coplanar waveguide transmission line. Rigorous investigations were performed on both the ground plane and signal strip of a coplanar waveguide transmission line to create effective radiation characteristics. Good amount of works have been done to transform CPW line to antenna suitable for mobile phone applications
Description: Department of Electronics Cochin University of Science and Technology
URI: http://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in/purl/3273
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