A distinctive low-profile 2x2 MIMO antenna system for Wi-Fi 7 applications is presented in this paper that is compact, easily manufactured and with excellent performance. Due to its physical properties and RF performance, the design can be placed in hidden locations for various applications such as the automotive field in the front side mirrors or front dashboard, and consumer products in laptops and internet wireless routers.
This paper introduces a compact Multiple input Multiple output (MIMO) antenna system for vehicular application in the sub-6GHz 5G systems that operates in the middle and high frequency bands from 1.71GHz to 5GHz. The proposed design consists of two symmetrical raised printed monopoles on Flame Retardant 4 (FR4) dielectric material with Electromagnetic Band Gap shape (EBG) to provide defected ground to improve bandwidth impedance and higher isolation across the operating frequency range.
Various multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) antenna systems are presented in this paper using low profile wideband Planar Inverted-F antenna (PIFA) and compact wideband monopole for automotive application in the sub-6GHz 5G systems and Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications that operate on the frequency range from 617MHz to 6GHz. The envelope correlation coefficient (ECC) and diversity gain (DG) are calculated in each MIMO configuration as they represent the two key factors in the MIMO performance.
This paper introduces a low profile wideband Planar Inverted-F antenna (PIFA) for vehicular applications in the 5G systems (below 6GHz) and Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications. The antenna covers a wide range of bandwidth that operates from 617MHz to 6GHz while having an acceptable filtering on the GNSS bands. This design’s physical dimensions and electrical performance makes it suitable for low profile wireless applications in the automotive field.
This paper presents a multi-wide band monopole antenna for automotive application in the Long-Term Evolution (LTE) and 5G systems that covers the frequency range from 617MHz to 5GHz with reasonable rejection on the L1/L2/L5 GNSS bands. The antenna is suitable for placement on a car roof within a shark-fin radome due to its physical dimensions and performance. The antenna is simulated using software and then fabricated and measured on a one-meter ground plane and on a vehicle roof.