STUDY ON PATCH ANTENNA WITH CP

Author(s) : Sanjana Peter, Shiji Abraham

Volume & Issue : VOLUME 2 / 2017 , ISSUE 1

Page(s) : 68-73


Abstract

During the past threedecades, the microstrip patch antenna (MPA) has been in use and has been studied extensively. This antenna, which consists of a metallic patch printed on a dielectric substrate over a ground plane, offers several advantages including ease of design and fabrication; low profile and planar structure; and ease of integration with circuit elements. In recent years, with the advent of new standards and compact wireless devices, there has been a need to achieve circular polarization (CP) in this type of antenna. Different methods for achieving CP are studied and analysed.



Keywords

Circular Polarization, Micro-strip antenna, Rectangular Strip, Shorting pin.

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[1]IEEE Standards Board, “IEEE Standard Definitions of Terms for Antennas”, IEEE Std 145-1993, Mayo 1993.
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