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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 4, April 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Design And Analysis Of High Gain 2x1, 4x1, 8x1 And 8x8 Circular Patch Antenna Arrays For 2.4ghz Applications

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AUTHOR(S)

Vijayalakshmi. J, Dinesh. V, Rubasri. s

 

KEYWORDS

Microstrip Patch Antenna, FR-4 Substrate, Edge feed techniques

 

ABSTRACT

A microstrip circular patch antenna are the most powerful antennas for the present trend of application of WLAN on 2.4 GHZ. In multiple patch antenna arrays are design and paralleling process using edge feeding technique. Array of 2x1,4x1,8x1 and 8x8 are also designed using edge feeding techniques. The antenna arrays are design and simulate on the FR4-epoxy constant dielectric material with value of 4.4 and rogers materials. By using the HFSS software tool antenna arrays are simulated. Through the parameters of gain, return loss, radiation pattern and VSWR are evaluated at the high frequency. The operation band ranges from 2.4GHZ which covers most of the sub band recurrence. furthermore, an 8x8 MIMO antenna is developed. The transmission coefficient is under -20dBm within only 62.5mm space between antenna elements. In this work, our objective of the project is to be plan an MIMO radio wire with better gain. we propose a compact printed 8x 8 MIMO cluster estimations of 150mm x 150 mm x 50 mm. The displayed radio wire comprises of square fix energized along the two axes to create two transmitted flag which are polarized opposite to each other. The receiving wire has a working recurrence extend of 2.4GHz to 2.5GHz and most extremes segregation within the band of intrigued is -58dB the radio wire pickup(gain) is 5.2 db. The radiation design too appears the solidness inside the wide operation band. Both mimicked and measured comes about show up that this proposed MIMO radio wire is suitable for the longer term remote communication. Moreover, the mimicked comes about appear that the proposed antenna structure can be composed into diverse MIMO receiving wire structure is required. The proposed receiving wire has potential applications within another generation communication

 

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