Antenna for Fifth Generation (5G) Using a EBG Structure
Currently, there is a breakthrough in wireless networks - Wi-Fi - but also in studies on the optimization of antennas. This article was developed with the purpose of presenting an antenna applied for fifth generation (5G), operating at frequency of 28 GHz, using an EBG (Electromagnetic Band Gap) structure to obtain an increased bandwidth. With faster speed, lower latency and performance significantly greater than any other, shows up the internet of the future. The proposed antenna uses, as substrate, RT5880, Rogers Corporation, with 2.2 and relative permittivity of 0.009 loss tangent and multi-cylinder drilled in the ground plan of radius of 0.2 mm. Is not required no drilling in the substrate. To obtain the results, simulations and analysis of the structure under study was used the HFSS TM program (High Frequency Structural Simulator). In view of the good results this antenna can be considered a good candidate for applications in 5G.
KeywordsAntenna Electromagnetic Band Gap (EBG) 5G Technology
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