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By M. Yazdi and N. Komjani

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In this paper, a planar microstrip UWB monopole antenna with a good band-rejection is presented. By using a pair of arc shaped parasitic elements around the patch, an excellent notched frequency band for rejecting the WLAN band (5--6\,GHz) can be obtained. The arc shaped strips are parametrically studied and the effects of them on the radiation patterns and time domain behaviour of the UWB antenna are investigated.

M. Yazdi and N. Komjani, "A Compact Band-Notched UWB Planar Monopole Antenna with Parasitic Elements," Progress In Electromagnetics Research Letters, Vol. 24, 129-138, 2011.

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