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2018-07-23

A Compact Conformal Printed Dipole Antenna for 5G Based Vehicular Communication Applications

By Usha Devi Yalavarthi, Mulpuri Santhi Sri Rukmini, and Boddapati Taraka Madhav
Progress In Electromagnetics Research C, Vol. 85, 191-208, 2018
doi:10.2528/PIERC18041906

Abstract

A novel and compact conformal printed dipole antenna with geometrical modifications in ground plane is proposed in this paper for 5G based vehicular communications and IoT applications. The proposed antenna consists of a printed dipole as defected ground structure and a staircase structured offset fed integrated balun to attain wideband operation. It yields a better -10 dB impedance bandwidth of 17.65 GHz and 2.24 GHz over the frequency ranges 24.3 to 41.95 GHz and 49.91 to 52.15 GHz. Antenna projects the peak gain of 6.81 dB with 98.82% of peak radiation efficiency. The measured results of the proposed model are in good agreement with the simulation obtained from HFSS. The conformal models of the proposed antenna are developed to embed the antenna in different curved surfaces on vehicular body. The analyzed conformal characteristics of the antenna support excellent constant reflection coefficient with respect to planar structure of the antenna over the operating band at different angles.

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Usha Devi Yalavarthi, Mulpuri Santhi Sri Rukmini, and Boddapati Taraka Madhav, "A Compact Conformal Printed Dipole Antenna for 5G Based Vehicular Communication Applications," Progress In Electromagnetics Research C, Vol. 85, 191-208, 2018.
doi:10.2528/PIERC18041906
http://jpier.org/PIERC/pier.php?paper=18041906

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