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Mochamad Yunus

Judul : Size Reduction of Printed Antenna Based on Spiral Resonator Incorporated with Matching Circuit for Performance Enhancement
Abstrak :

The development of wireless communication system
often requires the device with compact size and light weight. To
satisfy the requirement, the device should comprise of small parts,
in which one of them is using printed antenna. Many researches
on size reduction of printed antenna have been conducted. By
using spiral resonator (SR) shape incorporated with matching
circuit, in this paper, the size reduction of printed antenna is
presented which is aimed to enhance the antenna performance.
The proposed antenna is designed using two layers of 1.6mm
thick FR4 dielectric substrate with a proximity coupled technique
applied as the feeding system. It is found that the proposed
technique offered the proposed antenna to have the 𝑆11 value
of 25dB, the bandwidth of 40MHz, and the gain achievement of
2.3dBi. This is better than the performance of printed antenna
without matching circuit which has the 𝑆11 value of 15dB, the
-10dB bandwidth of 30MHz, and the gain achievement of -0.5dBi.
Moreover, the size of proposed antenna is reduced significantly
up to 60% compared to the conventional patch antenna.

Tahun : 2018 Media Publikasi : Seminar Internasional
Kategori : Prosiding No/Vol/Tahun : - / - / 2018
PTN/S : Universitas Pakuan Program Studi : TEKNIK ELEKTRO
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