monopole antenna


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monopole antenna

[′män·ə‚pōl an′ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
An antenna, usually in the form of a vertical tube or helical whip, on which the current distribution forms a standing wave, and which acts as one part of a dipole whose other part is formed by its electrical image in the ground or in an effective ground plane. Also known as spike antenna.
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Wu, "A compact UWB monopole antenna with WiMAX and WLAN band rejections," Progress In Electromagnetics Research Letters, Vol.
The first one was to determine if a TASH monopole antenna could provide low SWR over a wide bandwidth, and if so, what limitations exist.
The proposed MIMO antenna is composed of a monopole antenna and a slot antenna.
Gong, "A wideband dual- sleeve monopole antenna for indoor base station application," IEEE Antennas Wireless Propag.
In this paper, the proposed antenna is a combination of printed microstrip and a printed double-L sleeve monopole antenna. This proposed antenna can cover LTE 1800 frequency band for laptop or tablets application.
Moreira, "Band-reject ultra-wideband monopole antenna using patch loading", Electronics letters, vol.
Thus, the meandered ring monopole antenna compared with 11 previously related antennas is the best to be used in portable communication devices.
Then two chip inductors with inductance [L.sub.i1] and [L.sub.i2] are inserted in both arms of the monopole antenna (design 2).
Limited tenders are invited for vhf monopole antenna with deployment mechanism
For this, many design configurations are suggested such as dual or multi-band planar monopole antenna with Micro-strip-line-fed or the probe-fed, planar inverted-F antenna (PIFAs), dielectric resonator antennas and the coplanar wave-guide (CPW)-fed antennas.
A coplanar wave guide (CPW) fed printed monopole antenna structure was proposed and reported in [18] to reduce peak SAR value.