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Thestudy Ofminiaturization Multi-band Antenna

Author: ShaoSiSi
Tutor: XuLiQin
School: Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications
Course: Electromagnetic Field and Microwave Technology
Keywords: Microstrip antenna Miniaturization Multiband Broadband PIFA IFA
CLC: TN822
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2012
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Abstract


In the wireless communication system , the antenna is the important part , is one of the indispensable component . In recent years , with the continuous development of IT , science and technology continue to update the increasing performance requirements of the people on the phone , at the same time hope that the volume is getting smaller and smaller , This means that the need to meet the miniaturization of mobile phone antenna , multi-band , etc. requirements. This paper introduces the development history and current situation of the mobile antenna , as well as the classic analysis of the microstrip antenna method , basic electrical parameters . The use of simulation software HFSS analysis of the impact of the antenna structure of the S-parameter , these conclusions to design a IFA' dissertation">PIFA antenna , to meet the multi-band , miniaturization requirements . PIFA antenna on the space requirements are relatively high , on the basis of the PIFA antenna design an IFA antenna , the proposed antenna is not only to meet the multi-band , \PIFA antenna design , IFA antenna production model , network analyzer test , simulation results and test results are relatively close . Both phones antenna designed in this paper are to meet the miniaturization requirements of multi-band and wideband , has a certain value in use . Due to the limited time and limited experience with the performance of the antenna can be further optimized , and made ??a number of recommendations for improvement .

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