Design of Ka Band Patch Microstrip Antenna Array on LCP Substrate


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This paper presents a 35 GHz patch microstrip antenna array on an organic LCP (Liquid Crystal Polymer) substrate. To achieve a higher gain and narrower 3 dB beamwidth, a 4×4 antenna array has been designed and simulated using a 2×2 antenna array as unit array. The results show that an 18.9 dBi of gain and a 3 dB beamwidth of 20.7degrees.



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Ying Zhang and Ping He




S. L. Jia et al., "Design of Ka Band Patch Microstrip Antenna Array on LCP Substrate", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 650, pp. 503-505, 2013

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January 2013





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