CST – Computer Simulation Technology

Spline-based Geometry for Printed Monopole Antennas
M. John, M.J. Ammann
Electronics Letters
Volume: 43, Issue: 6, 15 March 2007
A novel B´ezier spline-based geometry for printed monopole antennas is presented. Quadratic curves are used to describe the outline of the radiating element. The geometry is optimised by a genetic algorithm. A small number of control points are used to define the geometry, ensuring a small search space for the GA. The resulting antenna has an impedance bandwidth from 1.44 to 14.7 GHz.

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