Unbroken Metal Rim MIMO Antenna Utilizing Antenna Clusters

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title = "Unbroken Metal Rim MIMO Antenna Utilizing Antenna Clusters",
abstract = "This letter presents an antenna system for mobile devices with an unbroken metal rim. By utilizing the characteristic mode analysis for the unbroken metal rim, efficient multiple-input-multiple-output operation can be achieved. The design is based on an antenna cluster technique that uses several coupled elements that are used to efficiently excite the modes of the rim. Nonresonant antenna elements and matching networks are used to couple to the metal rim. The design has small ground clearance of 5 mm and height of only 4 mm, and can operate in wide bandwidths both in 700-960 MHz low band and 1.56-4 GHz high band. Measurement results confirm that competent performance is achieved.",
keywords = "Characteristic modes, mobile antennas, multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO), unbroken metal rim",
author = "Rasmus Luomaniemi and Hannula, {Jari Matti} and Riku Kormilainen and Anu Lehtovuori and Ville Viikari",
year = "2019",
month = "6",
day = "1",
doi = "10.1109/LAWP.2019.2906993",
language = "English",
volume = "18",
pages = "1071--1075",
journal = "IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters",
issn = "1536-1225",
number = "6",

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T1 - Unbroken Metal Rim MIMO Antenna Utilizing Antenna Clusters

AU - Luomaniemi, Rasmus

AU - Hannula, Jari Matti

AU - Kormilainen, Riku

AU - Lehtovuori, Anu

AU - Viikari, Ville

PY - 2019/6/1

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N2 - This letter presents an antenna system for mobile devices with an unbroken metal rim. By utilizing the characteristic mode analysis for the unbroken metal rim, efficient multiple-input-multiple-output operation can be achieved. The design is based on an antenna cluster technique that uses several coupled elements that are used to efficiently excite the modes of the rim. Nonresonant antenna elements and matching networks are used to couple to the metal rim. The design has small ground clearance of 5 mm and height of only 4 mm, and can operate in wide bandwidths both in 700-960 MHz low band and 1.56-4 GHz high band. Measurement results confirm that competent performance is achieved.

AB - This letter presents an antenna system for mobile devices with an unbroken metal rim. By utilizing the characteristic mode analysis for the unbroken metal rim, efficient multiple-input-multiple-output operation can be achieved. The design is based on an antenna cluster technique that uses several coupled elements that are used to efficiently excite the modes of the rim. Nonresonant antenna elements and matching networks are used to couple to the metal rim. The design has small ground clearance of 5 mm and height of only 4 mm, and can operate in wide bandwidths both in 700-960 MHz low band and 1.56-4 GHz high band. Measurement results confirm that competent performance is achieved.

KW - Characteristic modes

KW - mobile antennas

KW - multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO)

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JO - IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters

JF - IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters

SN - 1536-1225

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