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In radio and telecommunications a dipole antenna or doublet is the simplest and most widely used class of antenna. The dipole is any one of a class of antennas producing a radiation pattern approximating that of an elementary electric dipole with a radiating structure supporting a line current so energized that the current has only one node at each end. A dipole antenna commonly consists of two identical conductive elements such as metal wires or rods. The driving current from the transmitter is applied, or for receiving antennas the output signal to the receiver is taken, between the two halves of the antenna. Each side of the feedline to the transmitter or receiver is connected to one of the conductors. This contrasts with a monopole antenna, which consists of a single rod or conductor with one side of the feedline connected to it, and the other side connected to some type of ground. A common example of a dipole is the "rabbit ears" television antenna found on broadcast television sets.

Dipole antenna of RF chip

The invention discloses a dipole antenna of an RF chip, comprising two metal sheets, a feeder line and an earth wire, wherein two tabulate metal sheets are mutually parallel and are both provided with short circuit points which are respectively used for connecting the feeder line and the earth wire. The dipole antenna of the RF chip of the invention integrates novel artificial electromagnetic materials, thus the dipole antenna has abundant chromatic dispersion characteristics so as to form various radioactive modes, which not only can avoid fussy impedance matching network, but also can tune by adjusting a feeder line feeding and coupling mode, an earth wire accessing mode, the topological structure of metal microstructure, the position of metalizing through holes as well as the short circuit point position among the feeder line, the earth wire, an upper layer of sheet metal and a lower layer of sheet metal, thus providing great convenience for multiple frequency point impedance matching; meanwhile, the dipole antenna of the invention adopts a chip mode to fully utilize radiating area to approach to the Chu Limit antenna dimension limit principle, the construction of double chips also brings technical advantages for limiting electromagnetic wave and reducing effect on antenna operation by the outside.

Antenna device

An antenna device, comprising an antenna unit including basic body comprising at least one of dielectric ceramic and magnetic ceramic, at least one conductor disposed at least one of inside and on a surface of the basic body, and a feeding electrode for applying a voltage to the conductor disposed on the surface of the basic body; a mounting board on which the antenna unit is mounted; a ground part in association with the mounting board and adapted to resonate with the antenna unit; and a length in the polarization direction of a radio wave of the ground part being about lambd/4 or more, where lambd is a wavelength of the radio wave, the basic body comprising a first generally planar sheet having a plurality of spaced, first conductors formed on one major surface thereof and a second generally planar sheet having a plurality of spaced second conductors formed on one major surface thereof; the first and second generally planar sheets being laminated together to form an elongated structure wherein respective pairs of the first and second conductors are coupled to one another to form respective spiral loops of a spiral antenna so that a central axis of the spiral antenna extends generally parallel to a longitudinal direction of the elongated structure; each of the sheets being formed of a material having a permeability of 1<mu<7 or a dielectric constant epsi of 1<epsi<130; and a feeding terminal coupled to one end of the spiral antenna so that the antenna unit forms a mono-pole antenna, the antenna unit and the ground part together functioning as a dipole antenna.

Broadband wide beam dual-polarization dipole antenna

The invention discloses a broadband wide beam dual-polarization dipole antenna, belonging to a dipole antenna. The broadband wide beam dual-polarization dipole antenna comprises an antenna cover plate, a reflection plate and a first antenna dielectric slab and a second antenna dielectric slab in cross fixing, wherein the first antenna dielectric slab and the second antenna dielectric slab are mounted on the reflection plate; the antenna cover plate is supported by at least three support columns and placed above the reflection plate, the first antenna dielectric slab and the second antenna dielectric slab; and toothed rails are arranged at the outer parts of the first antenna dielectric plate and the second antenna dielectric plate and also mounted on the reflection plate. By adding the toothed rails around the dipole antenna dielectric slabs, the antenna operation is effectively expanded, and the width of the wide beam is increased; the antenna unit covers the frequency range of 1,710-2,690MHz when the standing wave is less than 1.4, and is directly fed through a microstrip feeder and a through hole with a metalized edge in the reflection plate; and moreover, the processing is easy, the integration of an antenna and a feed network after array formation is facilitated, and the application range is broad.
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