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Penta-notched UWB antenna with sharp frequency edge selectivity using combination of SRR, CSRR, and DGS

Research paper by MuhibUr Rahman, Wasif Tanveer Khan; Muhammad Imran

Indexed on: 06 Jul '18Published on: 03 Jul '18Published in: AEÜ - International Journal of Electronics and Communications



Abstract

Publication date: September 2018 Source:AEU - International Journal of Electronics and Communications, Volume 93 Author(s): MuhibUr Rahman, Wasif Tanveer Khan, Muhammad Imran This work presents penta-notched UWB antenna with sharp frequency edge selectivity using combination of SRR, CSRR, and DGS to reject the WiMAX (3.30–3.60 GHz), lower WLAN (5.150–5.350 GHz), upper WLAN (5.725–5.825 GHz), downlink of X-band satellite communication (7.0–7.40 GHz), and the uplink of X-band satellite communication (8.10–8.50 GHz) frequency bands. All these frequency bands lie within the UWB frequency spectrum. The proposed antenna is suitable for portable communication applications due to its compact dimensions. It sharply notches the existing frequency bands to mitigate the interference caused by nearby wireless communication systems within UWB frequency range. The sharp notching is achieved by the combination of complementary split ring resonators (CSRR) on the radiating semi-circular patch, split ring resonators (SRR) placed at the junction of the feedline, and a pair of defected ground structures (DGS). All notched bands can be well controlled and shifted and the equivalent lumped model of the notched bands are also developed for validation. The proposed antenna simulated, and measured results show better performance over the present state-of-the-art designs. The proposed penta-notched UWB antenna possesses better reflection coefficient, VSWR, stable gain, and small foot print. The proposed antenna has a nearly omnidirectional radiation pattern in the passbands.