CST – Computer Simulation Technology

L-probe Proximity-fed Rectangular SPA

Image of the L-probe proximity-fed rectangular SPA Image of the L-probe proximity-fed rectangular SPA

An SPA (suspended plate antenna) with a thick, low-permittivity dielectric substrate can be considered as a variation of a microstrip patch antenna. Their low profile and / or small volume often make them attractive to antenna engineers. They are good options for fixed base stations in wireless communication systems [Volakis].

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