Design of Integrated Triple Band Notched for Ultra-Wide Band Microstrip Antenna

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Abstract

Ultra-wideband (UWB) is one of the recent topics that received a great concern from academia and industry. However, UWB found many difficulties to be standardized due to the overlay working that made UWB an important potential interference source to many licensed and unlicensed spectrum throughout the band 3.1 to 10.6 GHz. This paper demonstrates the design of integrated triple band notched for UWB Microstrip antenna. We simulated UWB short range systems which require low power and these are built using inexpensive digital components. We proposed a compact triple band notched CPW (Co-planar Waveguide) fed Micro strip Antenna (MSA) for UWB. This band-notched antenna has rejection characteristics at 3.2 GHz (for Wi-MAX band 3.16 to 3.32 GHz), at 5.5 GHz (for WLAN 2 band—5.3 to 5.72 GHz) and at 7.9 GHz (for ITU band 7.72 GHz to 8.13 GHz). The simulation was done using IE3D simulator.

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Khraisat, Y. , Bataineh, A. and Angor, M. (2015) Design of Integrated Triple Band Notched for Ultra-Wide Band Microstrip Antenna. Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications, 7, 96-106. doi: 10.4236/jemaa.2015.73011.

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