Study of the characteristics of broadband matching antennas for fifth-generation mobile communications based on new composite materials

Balausa Nakisbekova, Assel Yerzhan, Pavel Boykachev, Zhanat Manbetova, Manat Imankul, Anar Shener, Muratbek Yermekbaev, Pavel Dunayev


The presented research aims to analyze in detail the characteristics of broadband matching antennas specifically designed for 5G mobile communications applications, with an emphasis on innovative composite materials. The study focuses on a compact planar loop antenna designed for use on smartphones, covering the LTE/WWAN frequency bands 824 to 960 MHz, 1,710 to 2,690 MHz, and 3,300 to 3,600 MHz for full coverage of modern 5G networks. Experimental and numerical methods are used to broadly analyze the frequency range associated with 5G networks. The features of the use of composite materials in the implementation of antenna devices in 5G technologies are noted. A broadband matching circuit (BMC) with elements with lumped parameters and a reduced sensitivity invariant has been synthesized. A 3D model of the adaptive selective surface controller (SSC) was developed using CST Studio. The study results highlight the benefits of new composite materials in improving the performance of 5G antennas. This research makes a significant contribution to the development of 5G technologies by optimizing antenna design for efficient data transmission in modern mobile networks and can be a valuable resource for engineers and designers working in this field.


5G planar loop antenna; Broadband antenna; Broadband matching circuit; Power transfer coefficient; Standing wave ratio

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
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