Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Microstrip Antenna


An Omni Directional V-Shaped Microstrip Antenna For Wireless Multimedia Sensor Network

Dr. R Saravanakumar; S Parameswari; Dr. A. Sathishkumar; B Praveen Kitti; Dr Pankaj Kumar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 172-178

This paper adds a new Omni Directional Microstrip filter-antenna. In antenna design, this microstrip Lines are used to feed the V-shaped coupling slots in the ground Metal level. V-shaped coupling slots provide radiation at the top patches can detect the radiation action of the antenna. Bilateral power divider connected to the microstrip line, also understand the filtering function. The antenna has bandwidth 3.5 to 3.8 GHz of 0.50 GHz. In the frequency band from 3.2 to 3.6 GHz, average gain in vertical direction Antenna plane exceeds 10 dBi. Verlog hardware description Language architecture model. It is automatic and automatic mode with complex functionality. This work discusses the functional authentication of the DSP board using VLSI and MatLab. We can reduce and change the number register and complex parallel input / output functions. It is a pipeline based model so it is easy to change the step and adapt to any mathematical operations. Architecture is examined in terms of current functions and work environment

A Micro strip Patch Antenna for Wireless Communications of Design and Analysis

K.Sudhakaru, H.Devanna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2017, Volume 4, Issue 1, Pages 258-265

It is critical that the microstrip antenna used for wideband communication be lightweight, easy to build, and small in size in order to be effective. A basic geometrically organised design for the microstrip antenna is required in the present context in order to achieve appropriate broadband performance. Presented here are the findings from a two-dimensional design study of rectangular and square shaped microstrip antennas conducted by the author. In order to feed both antennas, microstrip line was used in conjunction with each antenna. When compared to the rectangular microstrip antenna used in the preceding example, the square-shaped microstrip antenna provides a wider bandwidth and a more acceptable return loss. Small and lightweight, the small antenna is intended to function in the X band of frequencies, where it will be most effective. According to the results of the antenna performance evaluations, the proposed microstrip antenna has a wide bandwidth of 500MHz and a considerable return loss (-24 dB). Because of its huge bandwidth, it may be used in a wide variety of wideband applications in the X- band spectrum