Dual-polarised uniplanar conical-beam antennas for HIPERLAN

Dual-polarised uniplanar conical-beam antennas for HIPERLAN

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A dual-polarised conical-beam microstrip antenna, with a strictly uniplanar conductor pattern, is realised as an array of three square patches whose corners meet a central feed point. For the second polarisation the antenna functions as a series fed array.


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