Antenna Boosters versus Flexible Printed Circuit Antennas for IoT Devices

Jaume Anguera, Alejandro Fernández, Carles Puente, Aurora Andújar, Jaap Groot

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Resum

Antennas should be small enough to fit in the limited space of IoT devices and, at the same time, with multi-band operation across several bands as well as ensure stability when embedded in a device. In this regard, two different technologies are compared: antenna booster and flexible printed circuit antenna. A comparison is addressed from measured results in terms of efficiency, concluding that despite the antenna booster is more than fifty times smaller in area, it provides better efficiency across the frequency range of 698–960 MHz and 1710–2690 MHz across three different printed circuit boards (PCB): a big PCB of 131 mm × 60 mm, a medium PCB of 95 mm × 42 mm, and a small PCB of 65 mm × 42 mm. Moreover, the flexible printed antenna depends on the mounting process, whereas the antenna booster does not.

Idioma originalAnglès
Pàgines (de-a)326-340
Nombre de pàgines15
RevistaSignals
Volum3
Número2
DOIs
Estat de la publicacióPublicada - de juny 2022

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