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Improvements in Band Rejection Characteristics <br>of a Wideband Antenna Using Resonant Slots

This article presents a method to improve and control the band rejection characteristics of wideband bow-tie patch antennas by using two notch slots. The two-pole band rejection characteristics were obtained by adjusting the mutual coupling values, as ...

October 19, 2007
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In recent applications of telecommunications and remote sensing at microwave frequencies, the exploitation of UWB antennas is steadily growing. 1 UWB radio can use the frequency band from 3.1 to 10.6 GHz. UWB systems also need to be compatible with other already existing standards. 2 To allow such a...
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