A High-Gain Reflector- DGS-Superstates -Enabled Quad-Band 5G-Antenna for mm-wave Applications
Keywords:Quad Band, Gain, DGS, mm-wave
The mm-wave antenna, consisting of a reflector, a DGS structure, and two superstates using Taconic (CER-10) and silicon, has been presented in this article. In the proposed antenna, a DGS with a reflector and two superstates is implemented to improve the antenna performance characteristics. The designed configuration (ANT-S5) is resonating on four mm-wave bands m1=41.7241GHz (41.1102-42.347) GHz, m2=48.9655GHz (48.637-49.1061) GHz, m3=63.2414GHz (61.142-66.137) GHz, m4=76.069GHz (73.4655-78.859) GHz and the maximum achieved gain is 12.02dBi at the 41.3103GHz along with the AR<3dB bands (76.1777-77.2794) GHz, (69.662-70.509) GHz. The designed antenna has been simulated on HFSS software and is convenient for 5G mm-wave applications.
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