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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 8, August 2019 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Numerical Modelling And Solution Of Microstrip Antenna By Using Caupto Time Fraction RDT Method

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R. K. Chaurasia, Ranjan Mishra, Raj Gaurav Mishra, Deepak Kumar, Amit Kumar Shrivastava



FRTDM, Telegraph Equation, Microstrip Antenna, Exact Solution, Caupta method, Transmission Line, Impedance Matching.



A mathematical model for the second-order one-dimensional time fractional differential equation for a microstrip line feed microstrip antenna is presented in this paper. Along with it, a mathematical equation is presented that is solved by caupto time fractional reduced differential transformation methodology (RDTM). The fractional derivative has shown in Caupto sense. The fractional reduced differential transform method (FRDTM) is a very modern and effective method to find an approximate solution of a partial differential and differential equation. The FRDTM method comes to be a useful mathematical tool for resolving problems arising in electrical circuits, microwave, RF field, communication systems, and science and technology fields. Two numerical examples has solved also here to check the validity and effectiveness of FRDTM method.



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