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In this paper, a novel design method for dual-polarized multi-resonance antennas is presented for base station applications. The radiator of the antenna is configured as cross-dipoles with four thin metal strips connected to the adjacent dipole arms. The attached strips create multiple current paths and introduce additional resonant points. As a result, the bandwidth of the antennas is broadened while maintaining a very compact size. Based on this working mechanism, two multi-resonance antennasdoi:10.1109/ojap.2019.2958070 fatcat:x62ja6lbxvefdpf5etwaznwf2u