ANTENNAS CASE STUDIES, WHITE PAPERS, & APPLICATION NOTES
Compact Antenna For MIMO LTE Mobile Phone Applications
Long-term evolution (LTE) is one of the 4th generation (4G) mobile communication technologies developed at different frequencies ranging from 400 MHz to 4 GHz with bandwidths up to 20 MHz.1 LTE technology facilitates multiple antennas performing both transmit and receive operations, (such as multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) to support high data rate applications. However, integrating several antennas onto a printed circuit board (PCB) becomes progressively more difficult as each new generation of handsets experience miniaturization (that is thin, slim shapes).
Installed Performance of Communication Antenna Arrays
CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® is an electromagnetic simulation software ideal for a wide variety of applications. This white paper discusses how the software can be used to accurately predict where omnidirectional stacked bicone antenna arrays should be installed in order to minimize omnidirectional loss. This is particularly crucial in towers with multiple communication antennas, as they may have to be installed in sub-optimal positions.
Antenna Structure Analysis, EM.Cube Vs. Others
In this article, we will review the performance of EM.CUBE’s EM.Picasso Planar MOM solver, and EM.CUBE’s EM.Tempo FDTD solver in the analysis of three antenna designs. We will look at the accuracy of the results compared against the measured results, as documented in “A Practical Guide to 3D Electromagnetic Software Tools”1. We will also review EMCUBE’s performance against other simulation tools.
A Novel RF Coupler For SMART Utility Meter Remote Antenna Applications
In response to climate change nations across the globe have recognized the need for reducing their carbon emissions, and energy consumption. By Norman Smith, Gopinath Gampala & CJ Reddy