Dublin Institute of Technology
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Xiulong Bao(36) , Matthias John(34) , Giuseppe Ruvio(26) , Patrick McEvoy(24) , Adam Narbudowicz(15) , Brian Norton(13) , Sarah McCormack(10) , Domenico Gaetano(10) , Raffaele Solimene(9) , Antonio Cuccaro(7) , Louise Keating(6) , Frances Horgan(6) , Vit Sipal(5) , C Brannigan(4) , Abraham Loutridis(4) , Ronan Farrell(3) , Dirk Heberling(3) , Jacinta E Browne(3) , Linda Doyle(1)
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The present application relates to microstrip-fed printed planar antennas and in particular to the geometry of same. More particularly an antenna is provided with a radiating or ground plane element having a generally continuous curved shape and being symmetrical about the longitudinal axis and non-symmetrical about an axis transverse to the longitudinal axis.
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