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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.

Best regards,

Geoff S.

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