Mode control in air gap dielectric resonant antennas for applications in IEEE 802.11ac wireless local area network base station antennas

@inproceedings{Chen2015ModeCI,
  title={Mode control in air gap dielectric resonant antennas for applications in IEEE 802.11ac wireless local area network base station antennas},
  author={Zhijiao Chen and Clive Parini},
  year={2015}
}
This study investigates the characteristics of air gap dielectric resonator antennas (AGDRAs), with emphasis on their radiating modes and potential applications for the up-coming IEEE 802.11ac wireless local area network (WLAN) standard. An AGDRA differs from the conventional dielectric resonator antenna (DRA) by employing monopole supports to form an air gap between the dielectric resonator and the ground plane. This air gap offers more degrees of design freedom, wider bandwidth and a wider… CONTINUE READING

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