Comparative Study of Mutual Coupling on Microstrip Antennas for Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) Application
Keywords:Dual-band, Wearable Antenna, Array Antenna, Mutual Coupling.
AbstractThe increasing in interest of wearable antenna for military, sport, and medical applications may replace the uses of wired-communication network to wireless and wearable network. . In this paper, three shapes of the antennas which resonate at 2.4GHz and 5.2 GHz have been designed using jeans with the permittivity constant of 1.7 as the dielectric. The mutual coupling of the array antenna for the various shapes has been analyzed in H-plane and E-plane configuration respectively. The mutual coupling for the antenna in E-plane configuration has shown more sensitive toward the variation of distance between the elements, with compared to the elements in H-plane arrangement
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