I am implementing a BLE device with a chip antenna. The device has already been impedance matched to 50Ω and is ready to be connected to the feedline and antenna. The antenna datasheet has a recommended layout for edge-mounting and prefers a 50Ω co-planar wave-guide.
Using calculators such as this or this both give me the same CPWG impedance when provided with the relative dielectric constant for FR-4 at 2.45GHz (approx. 4.2), track width of 2.5mm, gap width of 0.75mm and dielectric thickness of 1.6mm.
None of the calculations I've come across seem to care about the length or shape of the CPWG (apart from gap/trace width) so my question is: Am I right to simply link the antenna to the device as directly as possible so long as the above conditions are met? What is the effect of the overall length of the CPWG?