notch antenna

notch antenna

[′näch an‚ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
Microwave antenna in which the radiation pattern is determined by the size and shape of a notch or slot in a radiating surface.
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Ebine, "Bi-directional notch antenna with parasitic elements for tunnel booster system," Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium, Vol.
Lee, "Design of a planar half-circle-shaped UWB notch antenna," Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, Vol.
The printed circuit slotline or notch antenna is an attractive choice for phased arrays and multibeam antennas because it is simple to fabricate.
In this paper, a novel coplanar waveguide (CPW)-fed two-arm Archimedean spiral slot band notch antenna using the slotted technique is presented.
The central frequency and bandwidth of the notched band are the most significant parameters of a band notch antenna.
Other than the notched band, the impedance characteristics of the proposed band notch antenna are similar to that of antenna without notched band.
The notch antenna has many desirable characteristics, including broad impedance matching bandwidth, uniplanar construction, good reproducibility, scalability to sub-mm-wavelengths and ease of integration of solid-state devices.
For example, in [17], a band notch antenna with dual notched bands has been proposed for UWB applications.
Ghobadi, "Probing the feed line parameters in Vivaldi notch antenna," Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vo.
The notch antenna has many desirable characteristics, including broad impedance matching bandwidth, planar nature, good reproducibility and ease of integration to passive [22] and active devices.
Figure 7 shows the measured as well as simulated VSWR of the proposed fractal band notch antenna.
Chang, "Broadband electronically tunable planar active radiating elements and spatial power combiners using notch antennas," IEEE Trans.