Dual band metamaterial antenna for LTE/bluetooth/WiMAX system

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A compact metamaterial inspired antenna operate at LTE, Bluetooth and WiMAX frequency band is introduced in this paper. For the lower band, the design utilizes an outer square metallic strip forcing the patch to radiate as an equivalent magnetic-current loop. For the upper band, another magnetic current loop is created by adding metamaterial structure near the feed line on the patch. The metamaterial inspired antenna dimension of 42 × 32 mm2 compatible to wireless devices. Finite integration technique based CST Microwave Studio simulator has been used to design and numerical investigation as well as lumped circuit model of the metamaterial antenna is explained with proper mathematical derivation. The achieved measured dual band operation of the conventional antenna are sequentially, 0.561-0.578 GHz, 2.346-2.906 GHz, and 2.91-3.49 GHz, whereas the metamaterial inspired antenna shows dual-band operation from 0.60-0.64 GHz, 2.67-3.40 GHz and 3.61-3.67 GHz, respectively. Therefore, the metamaterial antenna is applicable for LTE and WiMAX applications. Besides, the measured metamaterial antenna gains of 0.15-3.81 dBi and 3.47-3.75 dBi, respectively for the frequency band of 2.67-3.40 GHz and 3.61-3.67 GHz.

Original languageEnglish
Article number1240
JournalScientific Reports
Volume8
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2018

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Dual band metamaterial antenna for LTE/bluetooth/WiMAX system. / Hasan, Md Mehedi; Faruque, Mohammad Rashed Iqbal; Islam, Mohammad Tariqul.

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