Investigation, design and implementation of frequency tuneable antennas for mobile handset and UWB applications. Simulation and measurement of tunable antennas for handheld mobile handsets and UWB system, investigations of frequency tuneable range, antenna radiation performance and antenna design optimisation using parametric studies
SupervisorAbd-Alhameed, Raed A.
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KeywordsFrequency tuneable antennas; Mobile antennas; Ultra widedband applications (UWB); Reconfigurable antennas; Planar inverted-F anntenna (PIFA); Microstrip patch antenna; Varacter diode; Wireless local area network (WLAN); Tuneable notch UWB Antenna
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InstitutionUniversity of Bradford
DepartmentSchool of Engineering, Design and Technology
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