Background: Recently the vast improvement in wireless communications has occurred
that satisfies the IEEE standard Wireless LAN (WLAN) ideograms in the range of 2.4~2.5 GHz.
WLAN is usually used in the wireless applications and devices such as tab, PCs, and iPhones.
Among the various techniques and proposed structure for better execution, Imitation Magnetic
Electrode (IME), Electromagnetic Band Cavity (EBC), divided Loop Resonator (VLR), Photonic
Group Cavity (PGC), etc. have been used.
Objective: This research explores the effect of a proposed Completing Equilateral Trilateral Censored
Separated Roar Resonator (CETCSRR) antenna at 2.4 GHz for better coverage in WLAN
Methods: The dual ETCSRR and single CETCSRR structure has been cut from the top of the
patch. The performance has been study in terms of twelve rotational TCSRR pair, number of
TCSRR, size of TCSRR and distance between DTCSRRs structures. Finally proof the RL design
and its equivalent circuit by using CST and ADS software.
Results: Simulated results for dual CETCSRR at resonant frequency 2.441 GHz show RL of -
36.084 dB and gain of 7.75 dB has been obtained. The antenna split gap stores, charges, and
works as a capacitor that accelerates gain, radiation pattern with radio frequency Tx and Rx to use
as a WLAN scheme.
Conclusion: The ETCSRR designed antenna reverberates between 2.43GHz to 2.45 GHz ISM
bands along with the alignment and addition of ETCSRR cell. The proposed design is helpful for
frequency harmonic explanation as well as predictable upgrade in bandwidth and impression of
gain and directivity.