Author(s) : Arya Mohan, Suriyakala C.D

Volume & Issue : VOLUME 2 / 2017 , ISSUE 1

Page(s) : 12-15


Antennas are a very important com-ponent of communication systems. A micro strip or patch antenna is a low-profile antenna that has a number of advantages over other antennas. Circularly polarized (Cp) antennas are widely used in modern wireless systems because they can suppress multipath interferences and relax the alignment requirement for the transmitting and receiving antennas. For mobile communi-cations, omnidirectional conical radiation patte-rns are generally desirable for they can provide larger coverage. They have immunity to multi-path distortion and polarization mismatch losses. On the other hand, omnidirectional radiation patterns are generally desirable since they can provide larger signal coverage and stabilize the signal transmission. Most modern wlans are based on IEEE 802.11(2.4ghz) standards and are marketed under the Wi-Fi brand name. Several Wideband and Low-Profile Omnidirectional Circularly Polarized Patch Antenna designed a circularly polarized (CP) patch antenna is studied.


Circular polarization, wide band, Omnidirectional pattern


[1]New kind of microstrip antenna: the rnonopolar
wire-patch antenna Ch. Delaveaud, Ph. Leveque and
B. Jecko.
[2]Development of wideband circularly polarised
square- and rectangular-loop antennas R.L. Li, S.
Basat, A. Traille, J. Laskar and M.M. Tentzeris
[3] Broadband Circularly Polarized Rectangular Loop
Antenna With Impedance Matching RongLin Li,
Senior Member, IEEE, Joy Laskar, Fellow, IEEE,
and Manos M. Tentzeris, Senior Member, IEEE
[4]A Broadband Omni directional Circularly Polarized
Antenna XuLin Quan, RongLin Li, Senior
Member, IEEE, and Manos M. Tentzeris, Fellow,
[5]Reconfigurable Circularly-Polarized Patch Antenna
With Conical Beam Jeen-Sheen Row and Ming-
Che Chan
[6]Design and Analysis of a Low-Profile and
Broadband Microstrip Monopolar Patch Antenna
Juhua Liu, Quan Xue, Fellow, IEEE, HangWong,
Member, IEEE, Hau Wah Lai, Member, IEEE, and
Yunliang Long, Senior Member, IEEE

[7]Omnidirectional Circularly Polarized Antenna
Combining Monopole and Loop Radiators Bo Li,
Shao-Wei Liao, and Quan Xue, Fellow, IEEE
[8]A Wideband Circularly Polarized Conical Beam
From a Two-Arm Spiral Antenna Excited in Phase
Hisamatsu Nakano, Life Fellow, IEEE, Hiroshi
Oyanagi, and Junji Yamauchi, Senior Member, IEEE
[9]Wideband Omnidirectional Circularly Polarized
Patch Antenna Based on Vortex Slots and Shorting
Vias Dan Yu, Shu-Xi Gong, Yang-Tao Wan, Ya-Li
Yao, Yun-Xue Xu, and Fu-Wei Wang
[10]Omnidirectional Circularly Polarized Dielectric
Resonator Antenna With Top-Loaded Alford Loop
for Pattern Diversity Design Wei Wei Li, Student
Member, IEEE, and Kwok Wa Leung, Fellow, IEEE
[11]Wideband and Low-Profile Omnidirectional
Circularly Polarized Patch Antenna Y. M. Pan, S. Y.
Zheng, and B. J. Hu
[12]Low-Profile omnidirectional circularly polarized
antenna for wlan access points Fu-Ren Hsiao* and
Kin-Lu Wong Department of Electrical Engineering
National Sun Yat-Sen University Kaohsiung 804,
[13]Compact Omnidirectional Antenna of Circular
Polarization Yufeng Yu, Zhongxiang Shen, and
Sailing He
[14]Circularly polarised back-to-back microstrip
antenna with an omnidirectional pattern H.lwasaki
and N.Chiba
[15]Omnidirectional Planar Folded Dipole Antenna
Fu-Ren Hsiao and Kin-Lu Wong.