Date of Award
Bachelor of Science (BS)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Dr. Don Cripps
The purpose of this project is to design a Yagi-‐Uda antenna with a very high forward directivity. This antenna will be built to the parameters of the Motorola Razr v3 cellular phone. The designed antenna will have a much higher forward gain than the internal antenna in the phone. This means that when the antenna is connected it will have an improved range of reception as long as the antenna is pointing in the direction of a cell tower. The impact of this project is that the signal reception of a popular model of cell phone will be drastically improved. While it is not ideal to carry this rather awkward antenna around everywhere to improve the signal, it could easily be mounted to improve signal. When situations are encountered that the phone consistently exhibits poor reception this antenna could be used to boost the reception at that location.
Carroll, Benjamin, "Directed Cell Phone Antenna" (2012). Undergraduate Honors Capstone Projects. 122.
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