A design with wideband and circularly polarized radiation antenna from an open-slot antenna has been demonstrated in this paper. The proposed antenna, which consists of an open slot and an inverted-L strip feeding, provides a large bandwidth, which completely cover the Wimax (3.3–3.8 GHz) and WLAN (2.4–2.48 GHz) bands. The open slot is formed by an modified ground plane with a slit cut and monofilar spiral stubs employed, which fed by an asymmetrical inverted-L strip feedline using a via. As demonstrated, the CP operation was significantly improved by loading monofilar spiral stubs connected to the asymmetric feedline by means of a via. A parametric study of the key parameters is made and the mechanism for circular polarization is described. After optimization, the impedance bandwidth is approximately 3.78 GHz (2.12 to 5.9 GHz) and the 3 dB axial ratio bandwidth is approximately 2.75 GHz (2.2 to 4.95 GHz), which represent fractional bandwidths of approximately 94.3 % and 76.9 %, respectively.