0 votes
asked ago by
How to connect a crossed dipole antenna using micro-strip line?
I need help in designing a crossed dipole antenna at 435Mhz using microstrip lines for my interest. Currently, my reference is Gomspace ANT430. However, I am not sure how to calculate the antenna impedance, and how does it related to the microstrip line? Why is there a 90 degrees phase shift? How does the input signal look like with a single dipole and a crossed dipole without phase adjustment? How to adjust the phase factor and what do I need to look out for? Thank you for your help.

Please log in or register to answer this question.

Meet the moderators

Geoff Schulteis

Senior Antenna Apps Specialist at Antenova Geoff is an antenna design-in and OTA measurement specialist. His knowledge of FCC and world carrier requirements is second-to-none.

Dan Dobransky

Senior Antenna Apps Specialist at Antenova Dan is an antenna integration specialist. With years of design-in experience, he helps Antenova's customers wireless designs thrive.


Antennas: The Comparison Guide

Find the perfect antenna for your project