A Double Combined Symmetric T-shaped Slots and Rotated L-shaped Strips Inspired UWB Antenna for C and X-band Elimination Filters

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M. Elhabchi
M. N. Srifi
R. Touahni

Abstract

In this paper, we present a modified UWB antenna with hexagonal slotted ground plane inspired with a double combined symmetric T-shaped slots and dual rotated L-shaped strip for dual band notched characteristics. Initially, the operating frequency range is from 3GHz to 12 GHz. To eliminate the unwanted C-band (3.625-4.2GHz) and the entire uplink and downlink of X-band satellite communication systems (7.25 -8.39 GHz) frequency bands, we are investigating the conventional UWB patch antenna and loaded it with a mentioned strips and slots respectively. The performances of the antenna are optimized both by CST Microwave Studio and Ansoft HFSS. To further analyze the parametric effects of the slots and strips, the surface current distribution is presented and discussed. The antenna gain versus frequency gives an acceptable value except the notched band regions, these values are   reduced from its normal  to be  a negative in  the notched bands (3.625-4.2GHz) and (7.25 to 8.39 GHz).

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Elhabchi, M., Srifi, M., & Touahni, R. (2020). A Double Combined Symmetric T-shaped Slots and Rotated L-shaped Strips Inspired UWB Antenna for C and X-band Elimination Filters. Advanced Electromagnetics, 9(1), 35-40. https://doi.org/10.7716/aem.v9i1.1114
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