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Volume 52, 2023International Conference on Connected Object and Artificial Intelligence (COCIA’2023)
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|Published online||08 May 2023|
Design and simulation of a low return loss UWB CPW-fed patch antenna for mobile wireless communications
1 Laboratory of Electrical systems, Energy efficiency and Telecommunications (LSEEET), Department of Physics, Faculty of Sciences and Techniques Gueliz, Cadi Ayyad University, Marrakech, Morocco
2 Laboratory of Electrical systems, Energy efficiency and Telecommunications (LSEEET), Faculty of Sciences and Techniques Gueliz, Cadi Ayyad University. Department of Physics, Royal School of Aeronautics Marrakech, Morocco
3 Laboratory of Innovation in Management and Engineering for the Enterprise, The Higher Institute of Engineering and Business (ISGA), Marrakech, Morocco
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With the recent development of wireless communication systems and the 5G spectrum, mobile broadband technology (MBB) has been thriving. In this contribution, the design of an Ultra Wide Band T-slotted rectangular microstrip patch antenna is presented which is suitable for high data rate applications. The antenna is fed using a coplanar waveguide and is designed for two central operating frequencies, the lower resonant frequency at 3.6 GHz, an internationally recognized standard for 5G wireless mobile communications and a higher frequency at 6.8 GHz, which is part of the new wifi-6E standards. All data of the characteristic parameters have been obtained by using the Computer Simulation Technology Microwave Studio Student suite 2021 (CST MWS).
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