The Fundamentals of Patch Antenna Design and Performance
High Frequency Electronics
Microstrip patch antennas (also just called patch antennas) are among the most common antenna types in use today, particularly in the popular frequency range of 1 to 6 GHz. This type of antenna had its first intense development in the 1970s, as communication systems became common at frequencies where its size and performance were very useful. At the same time, its flat profile and reduced weight, compared to parabolic reflectors and other antenna options, made it attractive for airborne and spacecraft applications. More recently, those same properties, with additional size reduction using high dielectric constant materials, have made patch antennas common in handsets, GPS receivers and other mass-produced wireless products.
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