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Title: Study of broadband planar dual-polarization antennas for wireless communications
Authors: SEE SHIE PING, TERENCE
Keywords: microstrip antennas, stacked patch antennas, gap-coupled antennas, dual-polarization operation, polarization diversity, maximal ratio combining.
Issue Date: 22-Oct-2004
Source: SEE SHIE PING, TERENCE (2004-10-22). Study of broadband planar dual-polarization antennas for wireless communications. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: In this Thesis, designs of stacked planar elements and arrays (1x2 and 2x2) with dual-linear polarization characteristics were presented. The antennas satisfy the requirements for a base station antenna and capable of having a broad bandwidth for the VSWR <= 1.5. The radiation patterns exhibit dual-linear polarization characteristics with high front-to-back radiation ratios. The diversity performance of a two-port dual-linear polarization antenna has been analyzed for the stacked and gap-coupled configurations. The analysis is based on important parameters such as the far-field coupling, output power correlation, and the diversity gain, which were computed using the amplitudes of radiation patterns.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/14346
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