Broadband CPW-Fed Monopole Antenna for Indoor Applications
Keywords:CPW-Fed, Indoor Antenna, Monopole Antenna,
AbstractA broadband coplanar-waveguide CPW-Fed monopole antenna is presented in this paper. The proposed antenna consists of a rectangular monopole antenna, with an inverted L strip on right side of the ground plane and embedded slots in the left side of the ground plane. It has a simulated impedance bandwidth of 142.8% (1 – 6 GHz), which covers most wireless applications in the upper band of GSM and LTE, and both WLAN and WiMAX bands. This antenna can be used indoors, due to its advantages of wide bandwidth, simple structure, and low cost.
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