CST – Computer Simulation Technology

Analysis, Realization and Measurement of Broadband Miniature Antennas for Digital TV Receivers in Handheld Terminals
Maria Jose Roo Ons, Joachim Hauck, Martin Buchholz , Fernando Aguado Agelet
GSPx TV to Mobile, Amsterdam
Volume 50, Issue 2, February 2008
pages 293–297
antenna design, DVB-H, handheld terminals, broadband antenna
Handheld terminals for digital terrestrial television reception and their possible integration in GSM or 3G convergence terminals using the digital video broadcasting – handheld standard (DVB-H) [2] must support the UHF band (470 – 702 MHz or 470 – 860 MHz) as specified in the EICTA radio specification [5]. Beside the required new receiver concepts for such battery powered and small terminals, there is also the request for broadband integrable antennas, which cover the mentioned frequency band. This paper depicts a possible antenna structure and simulation results for the antenna performance and compares these findings with measurement results.

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