Circular Dipole Array with Omnidirectional and Beamsteering Capabilities for 5G Communications in the Sub-6GHz Range

The design of a dipole antenna array is recorded in the US 5G Sub 6-GHz band with beamsteering capabilities as well as omnidirectional efficiency. A planar dipole, created by printing two arms back to back on a circular substrate, is the single radiating part. The proposed circular array of antennas consists of four dipoles with four open circuits used as dipoles. With switches. By regulating the switching states, the pattern reconfigurablity is achieved. The layout  It presents procedures and optimises and simulates the structure. The simulated one, according to Results: seven modes can be selected with a global matching bandwidth of 180MHz (S11<10dB)  High 6dBi peak gain and strong overall efficiency of 89% of omnidirectional and omnidirectional radiation Based on the working states, beamsteered directional patterns (covering 360 °) can be electronically tuned. The comparison with other state-of-the-art antennas reveals a compact size, high gain and simple to build for the proposed reconfigurable array. For the potential 5G sub-6GHz 5G portable base station, this proposed antenna is well equipped.

Author (s) Details

Ameni Cherif
Department of Telecommunications, University of Carthage, ISTIC, 1164, Ben Arous, Tunisia and University of Carthage, SUPCOM, LR11TIC03 Innov’Com Laboratory, 2083, Ariana, Tunisia.

Saber Dakhli
Department of Telecommunications, University of Carthage, ISTIC, 1164, Ben Arous, Tunisia and University of Carthage, SUPCOM, LR11TIC03 Innov’Com Laboratory, 2083, Ariana, Tunisia.

Fethi Choubani
Department of Telecommunications, University of Carthage, ISTIC, 1164, Ben Arous, Tunisia.

Hatem Rmili
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, King Abdulaziz University, P.O.Box 80204, Jeddah 21589, Saudi Arabia.

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