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Design and Analysis of Novel Antenna for Millimeter-Wave Communication

Omar A. Saraereh*

Department of Electrical Engineering, Engineering Faculty, The Hashemite University, Zarqa, 13133, Jordan

* Corresponding Author: Omar A. Saraereh. Email:

Computer Systems Science and Engineering 2022, 43(1), 413-422.


At present, the microwave frequency band bandwidth used for mobile communication is only 600 MHz. In 2020, the 5G mobile Communication required about 1 GHz of bandwidth, so people need to tap new spectrum resources to meet the development needs of mobile Internet traffic that will increase by 1,000 times in the next 10 years. Utilize the potentially large bandwidth (30∼300 GHz) of the millimeter wave frequency band to provide higher data rates is regarded as the potential development trend of the future wireless communication technology. A microstrip patch implementation approach based on electromagnetic coupling feeding is presented to increase the bandwidth of a dual-polarized millimeter-wave antenna. To extend the antenna unit's impedance bandwidth, coplanar parasitic patches and spatial parallel parasitic patches are used, and a 22 sub-array antenna is developed using paired inverse feed technology. The standing wave at the centre frequency of 37.5 GHz is less than 2 GHz. The antenna array's relative bandwidth is 6.13 percent, the isolation is >30 dB, the cross-polarization is −23.6 dB, and the gain is 11.5 dBi, according to the norm. The proposed dual-polarized microstrip antenna has the characteristics of wide frequency bandwidth, large port isolation, low cross-polarization, and high gain. The antenna performance meets the general engineering requirements of millimeter-wave dual-polarized antennas.


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O. A. Saraereh, "Design and analysis of novel antenna for millimeter-wave communication," Computer Systems Science and Engineering, vol. 43, no.1, pp. 413–422, 2022.

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