Term of Award
Master of Science in Applied Engineering (M.S.A.E.)
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Thesis (restricted to Georgia Southern)
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Department of Electrical Engineering
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Current trend of wireless communication favors compact systems that are multi-functional. Therefore, the need to design and implement miniaturized, wideband antennas is realized. Common wideband antenna elements are not suitable for modern wireless communication systems due to their large, bulky structure and relatively low gain. This thesis explores design methods to miniaturize a conventional wideband antenna while maximizing its directivity at the same time. On the basis of this method, a wideband, high gain, pattern re-configurable antenna and an enhanced bandwidth and realized gain planar bowtie antenna are designed. Finally, current research will be summarized and new directions for research will be discussed.
Le, Yen, "Miniaturized, Wideband Antennas for Wireless Communications" (2016). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 1381.
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