Design and Analysis of a Dual-Band 27/38 GHz Elliptical-Shaped Patch Antenna for 5G Applications

Authors Es-saleh Anouar1, Bendaoued Mohammed2, Rihab Roubhi1, Lakrit Soufian3, Sudipta Das4 , Atounti Mohamed3, Faize Ahmed3

1Mathematics and Information Systems Laboratory, FP of Nador, Mohammed First University, Oujda, Morocco

2LMIET FST of Settat, University of Hassan 1st, Morocco

3Mathematics and Information Systems Laboratory, EST of Nador, Mohammed First University, Oujda, Morocco

4Electronics and Communication Engineering, IMPS College of Engineering & Technology, Malda, West Bengal, India

Issue Volume 14, Year 2022, Number 5
Dates Received 02 July 2022; revised manuscript received 21 October 2022; published online 28 October 2022
Citation Es-saleh Anouar, Bendaoued Mohammed, Rihab Roubhi, et al., J. Nano- Electron. Phys. 14 No 5, 05017 (2022)
PACS Number(s) 84.40.Ba
Keywords 5G applications, Dual-band, Ellipse-shaped antenna, mm Wave, Patch antenna (2) .

This work describes the design of an elliptical shape patch antenna for 5G applications on a low-cost Rogers RO4003C substrate with a permittivity of 3.55 and a dimension of 14 x 6 x 0.2 mm3 in both bands (27 GHz and 38 GHz). The suggested antenna is made up of a patch with five ellipses and slots of identical shape, as well as a partial ground plane for increased bandwidth. At both bands, the antenna exhibits excellent matching. The results indicate the presence of two resonance frequencies at 27 GHz and 38 GHz that defines two distinct 10 dB return loss bandwidths of 0.490 GHz and 0.420 GHz, respectively. Furthermore, the resulting gain has a good value and is particularly impressive given the structure's small size, with a peak value of 5.731 dB at 26.75 GHz and a peak value of 4.75 dB at 38 GHz. This antenna was studied with the help of Computer Simulation Technology-Microwave Studio (CST). Parametric analyses have been carried out to find out the effect of ground plane length, effect of slot radius and effect of slot position on the performance the proposed antenna in order to provide optimal results. Sufficient impedance bandwidth, preferred unidirectional stable radiation patterns, satisfactory gain, radiation efficiency as well as a miniaturized size make the proposed antenna a suitable candidate for future 5G applications.

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