A novel compact planar inverted-F antenna (PIFA) to be mounted on laptop computers is presented. The proposed multiband single-feed PIFA simultaneously operates in the IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11b/g, and HIPERLAN2 frequency bands. The multiband behavior is obtained by combining a trapezoidal feed plate with two different resonance paths in the radiating structure. The overall size of the antenna renders it suitable to be installed at the border of the display of a notebook. Simulation results are compared with measurements performed on an antenna prototype.

Multiband PIFA for WLAN mobile terminals

NEPA, PAOLO;MANARA, GIULIANO;
2005

Abstract

A novel compact planar inverted-F antenna (PIFA) to be mounted on laptop computers is presented. The proposed multiband single-feed PIFA simultaneously operates in the IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11b/g, and HIPERLAN2 frequency bands. The multiband behavior is obtained by combining a trapezoidal feed plate with two different resonance paths in the radiating structure. The overall size of the antenna renders it suitable to be installed at the border of the display of a notebook. Simulation results are compared with measurements performed on an antenna prototype.
Nepa, Paolo; Manara, Giuliano; Serra, Aa; Nenna, G.
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