Circularly Polarized Antenna for GPS Applications
Application ID: 15835
One way to generate circular polarization from a microstrip patch antenna is to truncate the patch radiator. This model is tuned around the GPS frequency range. The axial ratios are calculated to show the degree of circular polarization.
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