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|Title: ||Conformal FDTD analysis of an Octagonal Microstrip Patch antenna|
|Authors: ||Mridula, S|
|Issue Date: ||9-Jun-2007|
|Abstract: ||The recent boom in wireless communication industry, especially in the area of cellular
telephony and wireless data communication, has led to the increased demand for multi
band antennas. In such applications the issues to be addressed are, wide bandwidth and
gain, while striving for miniature geometry.
A dual frequency configuration useful in GSM1800 and Blue tooth, is one that operates
with similar properties, both in terms of reflection and radiation characteristics, in the two
bands of interest. Dual frequency operations can be realized by exciting the Microstrip
Patch Antenna (MPA) using a single feed  or dual feed .
In this paper, Conformal FDTD method with Perfect Magnetic Conductor (PMC)
applied along the plane of symmetry  is used to study the characteristics of an
Octagonal MPA. The theoretical results are compared against the experimental and
IE3D™ simulated results|
|Description: ||Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium, 2007 IEEE,PP 5259-5262|
|Appears in Collections:||Dr.Mridula S|
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