These day, due to tremendous growth of wireless communication and the need for higher data transfer rates and portable and compact devices, the need for antenna with a simple design, small size, reliable radiation pattern while retaining an incredibly large frequency spectrum is on high demand. However, Ultra-Wide Band (UWB) antenna design is particularly challenging for portable devices. Nevertheless, UWB antenna design faces several challenges especially for portable devices, containing the UWB quality of impedance matching, small antenna size, constant group delay, radiation stability, and low production costs, etc., for consumer usage. Because of their low profile, broad impedance bandwidth and compact design, ease of fabrication, etc. Today, Ultra-Wide-Band antennas (UWB) have been analyzed and their features explored in the future wireless communication of the fifth generation (5G). The antennas are called planned and the scale should be minimal, so that the geometry in the 5G candidate frequency bands will be properly optimized to operate within an ultra-wide frequency band. Microstrip antenna are very successful candidates for wireless communication systems. In this research paper, by using UWB Application, we proposed a novel concept design and study of a coplanar wave guide (CPW) fed UWB for 5G. Our proposed patch antenna is elliptical in shape that offers greater degree of freedom and flexibility in design compared to circular configuration and can also provide circular polarization by proper selection of ellipse feed line while CPW-fed provides strong matching impedance.