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Title: A simple impedance-matching technique for patch antennas fed by coplanar microstrip line
Authors: Row, Jeen-Sheen
Contributors: 電機工程學系
Date: 2005-10
Issue Date: 2012-06-05T01:59:49Z
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: A simple impedance-matching technique for the patch antennas fed by a coplanar microstrip line is presented. By placing a shorting
through hole at a proper position, the resonant input resistance of the edge-fed patch antenna can be easily tuned to 50. For the cases of the
patch antennas with the aspect ratios varied from 0.5 to 2, both theoretical and experimental investigations of the proposed technique are carried
out. From the obtained results, it is shown that, to acquire the 50 input impedance, the position of the through hole is only related to the length of
the radiating edge of the patch antenna. Details of the antenna design are presented.
Relation: IEEE Trans Antennas Propagat, 53(10): 3389-3391
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