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    CST: strip line between

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    Hello everyone, I have doubts about '' g '' second link below. I did not find material on the subject. Where there are two openings in the antenna power line. (between the power line has spacing)

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    Re: CST: strip line between

    Hi,

    I believe the parameter "g" is to get better antenna matching impedance. You can try to simulate the dimension of the parameter "g" & "d" by using CST.


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    Re: CST: strip line between

    To get the best compromise (impedance matching and radiated power), g should be about 1.5 x Wf.


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    Re: CST: strip line between

    Quote Originally Posted by lufer17 View Post
    I did not find material on the subject.
    Google for "inset tuned patch antenna"


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    Re: CST: strip line between

    Quote Originally Posted by felnet View Post
    Hi,

    I believe the parameter "g" is to get better antenna matching impedance. You can try to simulate the dimension of the parameter "g" & "d" by using CST.
    Thanks, but can anyone indicate the book or material might better help develop this? I did not find good about it.



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