Computer modelling of compact 28/38 GHz dual-band antenna for millimeter-wave 5g applications

Amit V. Patel, Arpan Desai, Issa Elfergani*, Hiren Mewada, Chemseddine Zebiri, Keyur Mahant, Jonathan Rodriguez, Raed Abd-Alhameed

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Abstract

A four-element compact dual-band patch antenna having a common ground plane operating at 28/38 GHz is proposed formillimeter-wave communication systems in this paper. Themultiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) antenna geometry consists of a slotted ellipse enclosed within a hollow circle which is orthogonally rotated with a connected partial ground at the back. The overall size of the four elements MIMO antenna is 2.24λ × 2.24λ (at 27.12GHz). The prototype of four-elementMIMOresonator is designed and printed using Rogers RTDuroid 5880 with ϵr = 2.2 and loss tangent = 0.0009 and having a thickness of 0.8 mm. It covers dual-band having a fractional bandwidth of 15.7% (27.12 31.34 GHz) and 4.2% (37.21 38.81 GHz) for millimeter-wave applications with a gain of more than 4 dBi at both bands. The proposed antenna analysis in terms ofMIMOdiversity parameters (Envelope Correlation Coefficient (ECC) and Diversity Gain (DG)) is also carried out. The experimental result in terms of reflection coefficient, radiation pattern, gain andMIMOdiversity parameter correlates very well with the simulated ones that show the potential of the proposed design for MIMO applications at millimeter-wave frequencies.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2867-2879
Number of pages13
JournalCMES - Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences
Volume137
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 3 Aug 2023

Keywords

  • Connected ground
  • Diversity parameters
  • Dual-band antenna
  • Fifth generation (5G)
  • Mmwave
  • Multiple input multiple output (MIMO)

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