A Triple Band Inverted-F Antenna with Two Hybrid Shorting Strips For the Tablet Device

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  • Dr. P. V. Rama Raju1, Mr. Y. Hareesh Babu2 Department of ECE, SRKR Engineering College, Bhimavaram, A.P., India

Abstract

A triple band inverted-f antenna with inductive and capacitive shorting strips placed close to antenna’s capacitive feeding strip can provide three operating bands (Two wide operating regions covered from 860Mhz-1250Mhz and 1550Mhz-2800Mhz ,One narrow operating band of 3250Mhz-3550Mhz) in mobile phone devices. The combination of inductor L1 and bent plate act as helix loaded patch antenna to provide low band of operation, rectangular bar with gap coupled capacitor shorting act as patch antenna to provide high band of operations with minimum affects on low band of operation. The combination of inductor L2 and capacitor Cf acts as a matching circuit and also provide wide band of operation’s in all three regions. The antenna can also be placed in a clearance region of 10 x 35 mm2 inside the mobile phone device such as smart phone. Details of proposed antenna are presented. Key words: Triple band antenna, 4G patch antenna, smart phone antenna and stacked antenna

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Published

2015-06-30

How to Cite

Mr. Y. Hareesh Babu2, D. P. V. R. R. (2015). A Triple Band Inverted-F Antenna with Two Hybrid Shorting Strips For the Tablet Device. International Journal of Engineering Technology and Computer Research, 3(3). Retrieved from https://www.ijetcr.org/index.php/ijetcr/article/view/179

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