Multiband Antenna for WiFi and WiGig Communications


This letter presents a coffee-cost printed circuit board (PCB)-based mostly twin-band antenna for future wireless native space network (WLAN) applications. The antenna is intended to fully cover each WiFi channels (2.four/five.a pair of/five.eight GHz) and Wireless Gigabit Alliance (WiGig) channels (57-sixty four GHz). At the WiFi frequency bands, the antenna relies on a printed monopole, whereas at the WiGig frequency band, a wideband higher-order-mode patch antenna is adopted. A compact microstrip resonance cell (CMRC) low-pass filter is additionally designed to allow feeding the monopole antenna at WiFi frequency bands whereas isolating the monopole from the patch for WiGig operation. The look is fabricated by normal PCB and plated-through-hole technologies, and its performance is validated by measurement.

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