The design and analysis is presented of a low profile and dualfrequency inverted L-F antenna for WLAN and short range wireless communications, providing a compromise between size reduction and attainable bandwidth. The optimum (minimized) volume of 30 30 8 mm of the proposed antenna gives 8% bandwidth at lower resonant mode of 2400 MHz, while at the higher resonant mode of 5500 MHz a bandwidth of 12.2% is obtained. Both the simulated and measured characteristics of the proposed antenna are shown.
Computer Engineering | Computer Sciences
See, C. H., Abd-Alhameed, R. A., Zhou, D. & Excell, P. S. (2008) 'Dual-Frequency Planar Inverted F-L-Antenna (PIFLA) for WLAN and Short Range Communication Systems'. IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, 56(10), 3318-3320.
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See, C H.; Abd-Alhameed, R A.; Zhou, D; and Excell, Peter S., "Dual-Frequency Planar Inverted F-L-Antenna (PIFLA) for WLAN and Short Range Communication Systems" (2008). Computing. Paper 23.