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Integrating V2V functionality at 5.9GHz into an existing quad-band antenna for automotive applications

November 28, 2011 // Laird Technologies // 0 comments

Integrating V2V functionality at 5.9GHz into an existing quad-band antenna for automotive applications Download White Paper 1008Ko

A DSRC antenna integrated in an existing automotive roof-mount quad-band antenna (Cell, GPS & XM) is presented. VSWR, isolation and gain measurements are shown for this antenna. On-vehicle measurements show that a DSRC antenna with better than 2:1 VSWR and -5dBi vertical average gain at azimuth can be achieved with minimal effect on existing multi-band antenna.


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