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Kumar, G. and Ray, K.P. (2011) Stacked Gap-Coupled Multiresonator Rectangular Microstrip Antennas. IEEE AP-S International Symposium Digest, Boston, 514-517.

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  • TITLE: Double U-Shaped Slots Loaded Stacked Patch Antenna for Multiband Operation

    AUTHORS: Nagendra Prasad Yadav

    KEYWORDS: H-Shape Fed Patch, Microstrip Patch Antenna, Double U-Shape Slot Loaded Stacked Patch, Multiband Antenna

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Antennas and Propagation, Vol.3 No.2, September 9, 2015

    ABSTRACT: The design of a seven-band stacked patch antenna for the C, X and Ku band is presented. The antenna consists of an H-slot loaded fed patch, stacked with dual U-slot loaded rectangular patch to generate the seven frequency bands. The total size of the antenna is 39.25 × 29.25 mm2. The multiband stacked patch antenna is studied and designed using IE3D simulator. For verification of simulation results, the antenna is analyzed by circuit theory concept. The simulated return loss, radiation pattern and gain are presented. Simulated results show that the antenna can be designed to cover the frequency bands from (4.24 GHz to 4.50 GHz, 5.02 GHz to 5.25 GHz) in C-band application, (7.84 GHz to 8.23 GHz) in X-band and (12.16 GHz to 12.35 GHz, 14.25 GHz to 14.76 GHz, 15.25 GHz to 15.51 GHz, 17.52 GHz to 17.86 GHz) in Ku band applications. The bandwidths of each band of the proposed antenna are 5.9%, 4.5%, 4.83%, 2.36%, 3.53%, 1.68% and 1.91%. Similarly the gains of the proposed band are 2.80 dBi, 4.39 dBi, 4.54 dBi, 10.26 dBi, 8.36 dBi and 9.91 dBi, respectively.