A novel ultra-wide band CPW fed printed antenna for IoT wireless applications

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Ultra-Wide Band (UWB) is a wireless technology used for developing high rates of data transfer over a short distance. Due to its less power density, and minimal size, it has become currently an exciting area having various applications. The novel coplanar waveguide (CPW) fed printed antenna presented in this paper exhibits the UWB characteristics. The dimensions of the designed antenna are 25 x 35 x 1.6 mm3 and developed on an FR4 substrate which was a low-cost laminate and by varying feed widths and radii of resonator UWB operating frequencies obtained. The UWB antenna proposed has a frequency ranging from 3.54 GHz to 12 GHz, thus covering the WiMAX/WLAN, 3G, 4G, and UWB bands.

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Reddy, V. S., Agarwal, V., Prasad, M. S. G., Madhav, B. T. P., Bhavana, M., Nikilesh, N., … Jayaram, B. (2019). A novel ultra-wide band CPW fed printed antenna for IoT wireless applications. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 8(4), 1817–1823.

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