Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (N/A)
An electronic device’s housing includes an initial plate and a second plate & the side member. The side member consists of the first side facing in the first direction with one length, the second side facing having an additional length and the third side faces extending in a parallel direction to the first face. A PCB is put between the first and second plates to expose a part of second plate. This PCB has a ground plane, the first L-shaped ground extensions, and the first conductive areas of the second plate and the first piece of plate. Click here to view the patent on USPTO website.
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