Design and Simulation of Triangular Shaped Meander-Line Antenna

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Syed Md. Anwarul Islam
M. Tanseer Ali
Ashiqur Rahman

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This paper, illustrates a 2.45 GHz triangular-shaped meander line antenna's design, simulation, and efficiency. Parametric studies which include the number of turns, line thickness, ground width, length, and line space are discussed in order to achieve the optimum value of meander line antenna's gain. For the simulation, CST software is used. The antenna is studied on a 1.6 mm thick FR4 substratum and 4.6 relative permittivity. This paper also shows the calculations of Total efficiency, Radiation efficiency, S11, VSWR which is -4.499 dB, -4.498 dB, 2.45GHz, 1.0241. For WLAN systems, the designed antenna has a great chance to be implemented.


This paper, illustrates a 2.45 GHz triangular-shaped meander line antenna's design, simulation, and efficiency. Parametric studies which include the number of turns, line thickness, ground width, length, and line space are discussed in order to achieve the optimum value of meander line antenna's gain. For the simulation, CST software is used. The antenna is studied on a 1.6 mm thick FR4 substratum and 4.6 relative permittivity. This paper also shows the calculations of Total efficiency, Radiation efficiency, S11, VSWR which is -4.499 dB, -4.498 dB, 2.45GHz, 1.0241. For WLAN systems, the designed antenna has a great chance to be implemented.


This paper, illustrates a 2.45 GHz triangular-shaped meander line antenna's design, simulation, and efficiency. Parametric studies which include the number of turns, line thickness, ground width, length, and line space are discussed in order to achieve the optimum value of meander line antenna's gain. For the simulation, CST software is used. The antenna is studied on a 1.6 mm thick FR4 substratum and 4.6 relative permittivity. This paper also shows the calculations of Total efficiency, Radiation efficiency, S11, VSWR which is -4.499 dB, -4.498 dB, 2.45GHz, 1.0241. For WLAN systems, the designed antenna has a great chance to be implemented.


This paper, illustrates a 2.45 GHz triangular-shaped meander line antenna's design, simulation, and efficiency. Parametric studies which include the number of turns, line thickness, ground width, length, and line space are discussed in order to achieve the optimum value of meander line antenna's gain. For the simulation, CST software is used. The antenna is studied on a 1.6 mm thick FR4 substratum and 4.6 relative permittivity. This paper also shows the calculations of Total efficiency, Radiation efficiency, S11, VSWR which is -4.499 dB, -4.498 dB, 2.45GHz, 1.0241. For WLAN systems, the designed antenna has a great chance to be implemented.


This paper, illustrates a 2.45 GHz triangular-shaped meander line antenna's design, simulation, and efficiency. Parametric studies which include the number of turns, line thickness, ground width, length, and line space are discussed in order to achieve the optimum value of meander line antenna's gain. For the simulation, CST software is used. The antenna is studied on a 1.6 mm thick FR4 substratum and 4.6 relative permittivity. This paper also shows the calculations of Total efficiency, Radiation efficiency, S11, VSWR which is -4.499 dB, -4.498 dB, 2.45GHz, 1.0241. For WLAN systems, the designed antenna has a great chance to be implemented.

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Islam, S. M. A., Ali, M. T., & Rahman, A. (2019). Design and Simulation of Triangular Shaped Meander-Line Antenna. AIUB Journal of Science and Engineering (AJSE), 18(3), 103 - 107. Retrieved from http://ajse.aiub.edu/index.php/ajse/article/view/25
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