Design and Analysis of Hybrid Antenna for Next-Generation Electronics Applications
A hybrid antenna comprised both 4G and 5G antennas. In this paper, a 4G antenna is proposed that have operated on the basis of MIMO application. A 4G antenna consisted of two-antenna array module. It is capable of covering 2G, 3G and also 4G ranges. In the same way, 5G antennas consisted of eight-antenna array module. The designed antenna uses FR4 substrate and co-axial feed port for 4G module. The 4G module is designed using neutralization line technique for better result. All the investigation parameters of 4G antenna like radiation pattern, current distribution, VSWR, s-parameter, bandwidth and return loss in terms of dB have been calculated. And the 4G antenna module is designed and tested by ANSYS HFSS software version 15.2.
KeywordsANSYS HFSS MIMO VSWR 4G 5G Hybrid antenna Mobile phone Potable electronics
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