“Design and Analysis of an Array Antenna for Use with 5G Applications”

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Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering


Assessment of the performance of microstrip antennas has progressed from a basic free space assessment that concentrated on aspects such as efficiency, gain, bandwidth, and matching to a technique that is noticeably more complicated and takes into account both the end-user and the real settings. This process of review is presently under progress, and academics and industry experts are working to establish more precise criteria for rating antennas. This thesis provides original recommendations for improving several aspects of antennas. Microstrip antennas have become an essential component of the mobile communication landscape of the modern day because of its cheap cost, minimal profile, and simplicity of manufacture of the circuit boards are all advantages. Despite this, the performance is subpar, with a low gain, a narrow bandwidth, and inefficient power handling overall. The communication of the soon-to-be-released application of the 5th generation (5G) will Due to the fact that they are so small, microstrip antennas are an excellent candidate for usage in 5G technology applications. As a consequence of this, the primary purpose of this research endeavor is to make a high-gain and high-efficient antenna by making use of an already existing ambient microstrip patch antenna. The antenna was built with CST Microwave Studio and put through its paces for testing; it works in the 28 GHz frequency band. Material that has been laminated can be utilized as a surface and has a relative permittivity that is close to 4.3. An investigation of the functionality of the array after it was implemented. The gain, bandwidth, Directivity, voltage standing wave ratio (VSWR), and efficiency of the 1x4 array antenna are, in that order, 10.15dBi, 80MHz, 10.22dBi, 1.8, and 98%, respectively.


Submitted by: Sayed Md. Inteaser Gani ID: T181021