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WiFi antennas transform electromagnetic (EM) waves into electrical signals and the other way around. Receiving and sending antennas are a feature of wireless networking equipment such wireless routers, cellphones, laptops, tablets, and hotspots.
Internal antennas are found inside the gadget and are typically hidden from view by the user. Internal antennas dominate fully for wireless connections, which include smartphones, PCs, and other gadgets.
The Global Wifi Internal Antenna market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Design and development of Dipole Array Antenna for Wi-Fi Applications. The creation of the Series-fed Two Dipole Array (STDA) antenna for use in wireless applications.
Two dipole elements of varying lengths make up the proposed antenna, which is connected serially by a Coplanar Strip Line (CPS).
The design uses a coaxial/probe feeding technology with a balun as an alternate feeding mechanism. The development of a high gain antenna with an array arrangement for Wi-Fi applications is the main goal.
For STDA array configurations, the performance characteristics of an antenna, such as return loss, radiation pattern, gain, and directivity, are examined.
With a reflector, it generates a strong gain of 21.6 dBi at 2.4 GHz. The STDA antenna has been examined for various array configurations in the 14, 18, and 28 STDA array construction in an effort to increase the overall gain.
The suggested antenna is made from a FR4 substrate that is 1.6 mm thick, has a dielectric constant of 4.4, and a loss tangent (tan) of 0.007 millimetres.
An antenna is roughly 105 mm by 80 mm in size. The suggested antenna satisfies the specifications for an antenna operating at 2.4GHz with a bandwidth of 200 MHz and is therefore determined to be suitable for Wi-Fi applications.
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