Vol. 2 No. 1 (2022): Journal of Millimeterwave Communication, Optimization and Modelling

Multiband Microstrip Antennas For Gps Applications

Waleed Mohammed M. Aburas
Karabuk university
cover of the peer review journal about millimeterwave, wireless communication, optimization, modelling

Published 30.06.2022


  • multiband microstrip antennas,
  • global positioning system,
  • GPS applications


In this report, the multiband microstrip antenna for GPS application was studied. Different studies are investigated and discussed and the different models of these antenna are analyzed. In this report, which is the main purpose of investigating the methods of increasing bandwidth in microstrip antennas, microstrip antennas in terms of structure and its analysis methods such as transmission line, Cavity and moment (in short) have been investigated. Among microstrip antennas, circular and rectangular microstrip antennas are among the most widely used. Rectangular microstrip antenna is used due to having more parameters for design and also easier to design and analyze.


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