Analysis of Aperture-coupled Microstrip Antenna Using Method of Moments
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A microstrip patch antenna that is coupled to a microstripline by an aperture in the intervening ground plane is analyzed by using the method of moments. Integral equation is formulated by considering the exact dyadic Green's function in spectral domain for grounded dielectric slab so that the analysis includes all coupling effects and the radiation and surface wave effects of both substrates. The combination of the reciprocity method analysis and a Galerkin moment method solution seems to be suitable for a number of planar antenna problems, especially when coupling slots in the ground plane are included. Results for antenna input impedance are compared with other authors and verified by experimental results.
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SourceRadioengineering. 2001, vol. 10, č. 4, s. 5-8. ISSN 1210-2512
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