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Wearable antennas have revolutionized wireless communication in the realm of wearable devices, enabling seamless connectivity in various applications. From healthcare monitoring and sports tracking to augmented reality devices like Google Glass, these antennas play a vital role in facilitating wireless communication and data transfer. In this application note, we will focus specifically on designing an efficient antenna for Google Glass.

In recent years, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones have been widely adopted by many diverse industries and organizations, including military, public services, commercial, and even private individuals. The capability of drones to fly, carry an object and fly autonomously has made this technology life-changing in various ways.

Antennas used for mobile and smartphone applications have experienced big and rapid development to adapt to the progressive needs of wireless communication. These improvements are following the deployment of 3G, 4G and 5G technologies. On the other hand, more attention has been drawn to the adverse health effects of electromagnetic fields on human body. The safety of the radiated fields has been the concern of much debate and research.

The world is experiencing high advancement in telecommunication technologies especially within wireless communication systems. It is one of the most emerging and dynamic areas supporting the radical change in people’s lifestyle in terms of improved communication and business networks.

Design and Simulation of a Bluetooth Antenna for Wearable Devices Using HFWorks

A PIFA antenna is simulated to compute its return loss and far field characteristics.

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A validated simulation of a dual band triangular patch antenna for GSM applications.

A microstrip slot antenna simulation for RFID tag application operating at 2.45 GHz using the Antenna design software HFWorks

A Microstrip patch antenna for GPS applications operating at 1.575 GHz designed with the Antenna Simulation Software HFWorks.

An Ultra wideband circular monopole patch antenna with a bandwidth over 10 GHz.

A validated printed wide band dipole with an integrated tapered line BALUN