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Title: Development and Analysis of Microstrip Antennas For Dual Band Microwave Communication
Authors: Binu, Paul
Dr.Mohanan, P
Technology
Keywords: Antennas
Microwave Communication
Microstrip antennas
Dual Frequency Microstrip Antennas
Octagonal patch antenna
FDTD
Full spatial domain computation
Far field computation
Compact plannar multiband antenna
Issue Date: Sep-2005
Publisher: Cochin University of Science & Technology
Abstract: The thesis explores the outcome of the exhaustive theoretical and experimental investigations performed on Octagonal Microstrip Antenna configurations. Development of the MATLAB TM backed 3D-Conformal Finite Difference Time Domain (CFDTD)Modeller for the numerical computation of the radiation characteristics of the antenna is the theme of the work. The predicted results are verified experimentally and by IE3D TM simulation. The influence of the patch dimensions,feed configurations,feed dimensions and feed positions upon the radiation performance of the antenna is studied in detail. Octagonal Microstrip Antenna configurations suitable for Mobile-Bluetooth application is dealt in detail. A simple design formula for the regular Octagonal geometry is also presented. A compact planar multi band antenna for GPS/DCS/2.4/5.8GHz WLAN application is included as appendix A. Planar near field measurement technique is explained in appendix B.
Description: Department of Electroncis, Cochin University of Science and Technology
URI: http://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in/purl/2167
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