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vittu_gm
 Post subject: On Board antenna design for 2.4 GHz wireless board
Posted: Fri Dec 10, 2004 1:18 am 
Hi all..

I am trying to design a RF anttena on the PCB itself for a 2.4Ghz

application. It is a 50 Ohm with impedance matching network an d has to be 400ohm in case like to remove all impedance matching componets.

Any suggestions or design ideas will be of great help.

Thanks in advance :P

Regards,

Vittal


 
  
 
Edstroyer
 Post subject:
Posted: Sat Dec 11, 2004 1:10 am 
Yeah, its quite simple... if you have Ansoft Designer that is 

they have built in functions that generate the dimentions of the patch antenna you need depending on the resonant Frequency you provide.

I tried it , and it works really nice .

good luck


 
  
 
vittu_gm
 Post subject:
Posted: Mon Dec 13, 2004 6:08 am 
Hello Edstroyer,

I have downloaded the ANsoft Designer, but that is not working out.

plz let me know if any thing you would like me to do. using the software .

regards,

Vittal

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