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Title: Cavity mode analysis for a rectangular patch with a shorting pin
Authors: Mahmoud, S.F.
Sheta, A.F.
Keywords: Computer simulation; Machine design; Natural frequencies; Optical variables measurement; Simulators
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: IEE
Citation: Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications Volume 20, Issue 14, 2006, Pages 2013-2025
Abstract: A rigorous treatment for the cavity modes on a rectangular patch with a shorting pin is presented. It is shown that the dominant mode has a reduced resonant frequency relative to that of the patch with no short. Thus the shorted patch can act as a compact antenna at a prescribed operating frequency. The theory is supported by simulation results obtained by the Zealand IE3D simulator and by experimental measurements. The present theory leads to an accurate initial design for a shorted rectangular patch antenna with a prescribed operating frequency.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/12350
ISSN: 09205071
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