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Design of Sputter-Deposited Multilayer Thin Films Planar Inverted-F Antenna for Mobile Terminals

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5 Author(s)
Book-Sung Park ; Dept. of Overseas, Pantech R&D Center, Seoul, South Korea ; Jee-Myun Lee ; Seon-Gu Lee ; Min-Seok Kang
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We proposed a Ni/Ag/Ni multilayer thin-film internal antenna for wireless mobile applications using DC sputtering method. The proposed Ni/Ag/Ni multilayer thin-film radiator's overall size is 43.0 times 24.0 times 0.0015 (growth thickness: 1.5 mum) mm3 without feeding mechanism as well as the proposed Ni/Ag/Ni multilayer thin-film antenna results show good performance at GSM quad-band and WCDMA dual-band in passive and active aspects using the Agilent E5071B Network Analyzer and CTIA chamber. The experimental results of the Ni/Ag/Ni multilayer thin film structure are very promising for GSM and WCDM multiband mobile antenna applications and further higher frequency operation of the wireless technology.

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Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, IEEE  (Volume:8 )