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Literature Review of UWB Filtenna for Wireless Applications


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International Journal for Innovative Research in Science & Technology
Volume 6 Issue - 8
Year of Publication : 2019
Authors : Imran Khan ; Dr. R. P. Labade

BibTeX:

@article{IJIRSTV6I8002,
     title={Literature Review of UWB Filtenna for Wireless Applications},
     author={Imran Khan and Dr. R. P. Labade},
     journal={International Journal for Innovative Research in Science & Technology},
     volume={6},
     number={8},
     pages={1--4},
     year={},
     url={http://www.ijirst.org/articles/IJIRSTV6I8002.pdf},
     publisher={IJIRST (International Journal for Innovative Research in Science & Technology)},
}



Abstract:

This paper discussed literature review of different authors who tried different technique to implement the UWB Filtenna for wireless applications. The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) has released the unlicensed frequency band from 3.1–10.6 GHz for ultra-wideband (UWB) commercial communications and applications, therefore the race for commercializing this UWB technology is heating up. This UWB provides a wide frequency range and therefore it is overlapped with many other commercial wireless services; such as Wi-MAX and WLAN bands having a bandwidth of around 3.4–3.6 GHz and 5.7–5.8 GHz respectively. The power radiated by these frequency bands have more power level compared to that of the UWB communications; therefore, these services interfere with UWB signals, causing signal distortion and loss of sensitivity. Hence, filtering out these wireless services is needed for using the UWB band in an optimum way. A possible and effective solution is to realize notches at the unwanted frequencies. In order to achieve this, a number of techniques can be employed, such as including stubs [2], [3] applying slots on the patch [4] and using capacitive loops [4] or SRR or CSRR resonators [5] for filtering the unwanted wireless services or using defected ground structures technique.


Keywords:

Ultra-Wide Band (UWB), Filtenna, Defected Ground Structure (DGS), Split Ring Resonator (SRR), Bandnotch


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