Structure and design optimisation of compact UWB slot antenna


A structure and computationally economical style optimisation procedure of a novel miniaturised UWB slot antenna has been proposed. Upon geometry parameter adjustment, the structure exhibits a very small footprint of simply 161 mm2. This has been achieved by introducing sufficient number of degrees of freedom, including the parameterised multi-section slot and a multi-section load of the feed line furthermore economical numerical optimisation of all relevant geometry dimensions of the structure. The planning process has been formulated as specific size reduction downside. The electrical performance parameters (here, a maximum in-band reflection) are controlled by suitably defined constraints. The final style has been verified through full-wave electromagnetic simulation as well as physical measurements of the fabricated antenna prototype.

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