This paper reports a bi-port, wideband, parasitic-fed, single/shared patch antenna with enhanced interport isolation for 2.4 GHz in-band full duplex (IBFD) applications. The employed parasitic feeding provides comparatively the wider impedance bandwidth and better gain for the presented antenna. The improved self-interference cancellation (SIC) levels across the required bandwidth are obtained through differentially-driven receive (Rx) mode operation. The differential Rx operation performs effective cancellation of in-band self-interference (SI) through signal inversion mechanism to achieve the additional isolation on the top of the intrinsic isolation of polarization diversity. The validation model for the presented antenna features ≥88 dB peak isolation between the dual-polarized Tx and Rx ports. In addition, the measured Tx–Rx isolation for prototype is >70 dB across the 10 dB return loss bandwidth of 100 MHz (2.42–2.52 GHz). The measured gain for each mode is better than 7.0 dBi. The novelty of this work is that compared to previously reported designs, the presented antenna offers wider impedance bandwidth and improved SIC levels in addition to superior gain performance. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first single/shared patch antenna which provides better than 70 dB interport isolation across the 10 dB return loss bandwidth of 100 MHz along with 7.0 dBi gain for Tx/Rx modes.