In this paper, a dual notch Ultra Wideband (UWB) monopole antenna with compact dimensions of 37.8×27.1×1.6 mm3 is presented. Octagon patch with defected ground structure is used to attain the wide frequency range of 3.17 GHz-11.61 GHz with ultra-wide impedance bandwidth of 8.33 GHz. The band notch characteristics in WiMAX (3.2 GHz-3.67 GHz) and WLAN (4.32 GHz-5.81 GHz) bands are achieved using inverted pi-slot in the radiating element and a pair of double split ring resonators (DSRRs) on either sides of the feed respectively. Reconfigurability in the bands is obtained by using BAR64-02 pin diodes switching at the appropriate placement in the antenna structure. The proposed antenna exhibits efficiency of 88% in operating and 20% in non-operating frequencies. The proposed antenna is designed, simulated and optimized using HFSS 19 electromagnetic tool. The measured results are tested using combinational analyzer in chamber with antenna measurement setup for validation and found in good matching with simulation.
Nagumalli Deepika Rani,
Nemani Bala Subrahmanyam,
Boddapati Taraka Phani Madhav,
"Design and Analysis of a Compact Reconfigurable Dual Band Notched UWB Antenna," Progress In Electromagnetics Research C,
Vol. 98, 141-153, 2020. doi:10.2528/PIERC19082903
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