An inset-fed rectangular microstrip patch antenna with multiple slits for sub 6GHz – 5G applications
This paper presents an inset feed Rectangular Microstrip Patch Antenna with Multiple slits for sub 6 GHz - 5G Applications. This antenna is proposed with the development, design, running simulations and finally a conclusion of the analysis. The antenna in this paper is implemented using a technique called “inset-feed” and multiple slits. The dielectric used as a substrate is FR-4. The proposed antenna is useful for a sub 6 GHz 5G band, which comes under the 5G band of frequency. The proposed and designed antenna gives the input match of -10.74 dB, and 5.99 dB gain at the design frequency of 5.045 GHz. These outputs are usable for the 5G applications. The antenna is simulated and developed in a radio technology design software Sonnet.
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Copyright (c) 2023 Alminko Kašibovi?, Sehabeddin Taha Imeci, Ahmet Fehim Uslu
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