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Should there be a ground plane under the antenna on bottom layer?
Should there be a ground plane under the antenna on the bottom layer?

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Hello Dlandfried,

Typically no, if the antenna requires a clearance area on the top layer directly under the antenna then you will also need to clear the copper with the same dimensions on the bottom layer.

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Geoff S.

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