Single and Dual Band-Notch UWB Antenna Using SRR / CSRR Resonators

Zaid A. Abdul Hassain, Al-Mustansiriayah University, Faculty of Engineering, Baghdad, 10047 –Iraq, Mustafa Mahdi Ali, Adham R. Azeez
2019 Journal of Communications  
In order for the interference of electromagnetic waves to be reduced in narrow band communications (WLAN, WiMAX and satellite communication), this paper presents a novel compact, low-cost, low-profile microstrip-fed line equipped with a single and dual band-notched ultra-wideband (UWB) patch antenna. A notched band is achieved at approximately 5.15-5.35 GHz and a 5. 725-5.85 GHz that corresponds to WLAN IEEE802.11. To achieve this band notch band, an array of a four-element rectangular split
more » ... ectangular split ring resonator (SRR) is inserted into the neighbouring feed line. Moreover, in order to attain a WLAN band rejection and the 7.9-8.4 GHz Xband frequencies for satellite communication, three different sized complementary rectangular SRRs are etched in the ground plane,. The results led to the conclusion that the proposed antenna can be deemed a suitable candidate for applications of UWB communication having the property of single and double band notches. Index Terms-WLAN, X-band, SRR, CSRR, ultra-wideband (UWB) antenna, band notch II. SINGLE BAND-REJECTION BASED ON SRR AND CSRR STRUCTURES As shown in Fig. 2 , a four-element array of a rectangular SRR is situated symmetrically on the microstrip-fed line. Then, it is inserted in order to obtain 504
doi:10.12720/jcm.14.6.504-510 fatcat:w2h3xss3lfh2hmqzzr6zznurpe