1. This article discusses the design of a compact dual-band antenna with slotted ground for implantable applications.
2. The antenna has a miniaturized size of π × (5.35)2 × 1.34 mm3 and operates in two bands, including MedRadio band and ISM band.
3. Dual-band performance is achieved through different working principles, with the shorted patch on top of the substrates serving as the main radiation part in 2.45 GHz ISM band, and open-end slots in ground making major contribution in 402 MHz MedRadio band.
This article provides an overview of a compact dual-band antenna with slotted ground for implantable applications, discussing its design and fabrication process as well as its performance results from simulations and measurements. The article is written in a clear and concise manner, providing sufficient details to understand the design process and results without being overly technical or complex.
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