Design and Analysis of Ultra Low-Profile ILA on a Rectangular Conducting Plane

 
 
 
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    The unbalanced fed ultra low profile inverted L antenna on a rectangular conducting plane is proposed and analyzed numerically and experimentally.  By adjusting the length and height of inverted L antenna, the feed point position, and the size of conducting plane, the return loss bandwidth and the directivity can be controlled. The return loss bandwidth of 2.57 % and the directivity of 4.34 dBi are obtained, when the size of conducting plane is 0.245  (: wavelength) by 0.49 , and the antenna height is /30.  The input impedance of the proposed antenna is compared with those of the conventional base-fed inverted L antenna and the base fed inverted F antenna.  Although the directivity of base-fed inverted L antenna is almost same as that of proposed antenna, its input resistance becomes very low.  In the base fed inverted F antenna, the return loss larger than 10 dB is not satisfied in the case of the antenna height less than 0.05 .

     

     

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    ILA, Low Profile Antenna, Return Loss, Unbalanced Fed, WIPL-D.

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Article ID: 26863
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.44.26863




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