Microstrip antenna arrangement technology is in the form of two mutually parallel conductive layers separated by a dielectric substrate. The top conductor is a thin piece of metal (usually copper or gold), this antenna applications typically used in radar systems, GPS and many more. This is because the antenna basis of this technology has a relatively smaller size with good reliability performance. By using microstrip-based technology, this is expected to make an antenna with a little more reliable and can be used to replace the role of indoor or outdoor antenna on analog television signal reception. This study used a substitute dielectric material in the form of a PCB antenna. The advantages of this antenna in addition is a small shape, the aesthetic is also quite good and does not need outdoor installation.
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