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Small-Size LTE/WWAN Tablet Device Antenna With Two Hybrid Feeds

Author:
Wong, Kin-Lu   Chen, Li-Yu  


Journal:
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation


Issue Date:
2014


Abstract(summary):

A small-size tablet device antenna formed by a simple folded metal plate excited by a low-band feed (direct feed with matching network) and a high-band feed (gap-coupled feed with matching network) for the LTE/WWAN operation in the 698-960 and 1710-2690 MHz bands is presented. The folded metal plate has a size of 3 x 5 x 30 mm(3) and is disposed in a clearance area of 10 x 30 mm(2) (300 mm(2)) above the top edge of the device ground plane. The matching network in the low-band feed compensates for additional capacitance for the folded metal plate with a resonant length much less than 0.25 wavelength in the lower band (698-960 MHz) and enhances the antenna's impedance matching to achieve a wide lower band. The matching network in the high-band feed also enhances the antenna's impedance matching to achieve a wide higher band (1710-2690 MHz). In addition, the coupling gap in the high-band feed can reject the low-band frequency. Also, the matching network in the low-band (high-band) feed includes a bandpass circuit which can help reject the high-band (low-band) frequency. Good isolation between the two hybrid feeds can, hence, be obtained, which makes the antenna with simple structure and small size have good radiation performances in both lower and higher bands. Details of the proposed antenna are presented.


Page:
2926-2934


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