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Title: Design And Development Of A Singly-fed Circularly Polarized Rectangular Dielectric Resonator Antenna For WiMAX/Satellite/5G NR Band Applications
Authors: Illahi, Usman
Iqbal, Javed
Sulaiman, Mohamad Ismail
Alam, Mansoor
Mohd Su’ud, Mazliham
Khattak, Muhammad Irfan
UniKL BMI
Issue Date: Nov-2020
Publisher: AEU International Journal of Electronics & Communications
Citation: Illahi, Usman Illahi, Iqbal, Javed, Mohamad Ismail Sulaiman, Alam, Mansoor, Mazliham Mohd Su’ud, Khattak, Muhammad Irfan (2020). Design and Development of a Singly-fed Circularly Polarized Rectangular Dielectric Resonator Antenna for WiMAX/Satellite/5G NR Band Applications. AEU International Journal of Electronics & Communications, Vol. 126. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aeue.2020.153443
Abstract: A circularly polarized rectangular dielectric resonator antenna (DRA) has been designed (3.7–4.2 GHz) for WiMAX, satellite, and sub-6 GHz 5G NR band communications. A new T-shaped monopole has been used to excite the rectangular DRA. Using proposed conformal metal strip, the higher-order degenerate modes TEδ13x and TE1δ3y have been excited to achieve circular polarization (CP) with improved gain. Further, the bandwidths enhancement has been achieved by placing a parasitic patch of optimized height and width at a specific distance from T-shaped strip on DRA surface to cover the desired frequency band. A signaficant enhancement of ~73% in the impedance-matching bandwidth and ~75.5% in axial ratio (AR) bandwidth has been achieved. The |S11|≤10 dB over a wide bandwidth of ~17.3% has been offered by the antenna. A broad axial ratio bandwidth of ~17.2% along with a useful gain of ~6.32 dBic has been provided by the antenna. The antenna designing and optimization has been carried out using CST® Microwave Studio. A reasonable agreement between simulated and measured results has been observed.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/25267
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