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

Simulation Simulation of rectangular microstrip antennas and the effect of variable frequencies and Performance Analysis: Design and properties of rectangular microstrip antennas of several different frequencies

Published 31.12.2022


The analysis paper is predicated on the study of appropriate Simulation of microstrip antennas for 5G technology for the utilization of telecommunication applications. Mobile users want a lot of options on their mobile phones akin to high knowledge rate, economical telecommunication, and luxury to use varied applications.  The antennas' carrying out in terms of reflection coefficient, (VSWR), bandwidth, gain, and efficiency performance are simulated four designs assumed, and compared using Studio Suite Antenna magus (CST, 2021). technology provides very high bandwidth, reduced latency better Quality of Service, this rectangular microstrip patch antenna is used in this Simulation because it is a basic antenna and easy to design, we utilized FR4-Generic substrate material with varying relative permittivity has been designed, the other hand, optimum capacity, and a wide band of spectrum availability furthermore demand to occur for mobile telecommunication. we utilized Simulation of various frequencies 4.8 GHz5.8 GHz, 6.4 GHz and 7.2 GHz. However, these four designs patch antenna dimensions were slightly different from each other.in addition, we analyze the effect of variable frequencies and Performance Analysis, also analysis of various dimensions of an antenna. The impedance ratings were slightly higher, respectively, and gain it was accepted,7.219 dbi,7.233dbi,7.227dbi, and 7.252dbi, also VSWR 1.017, are as well considered which is examine whether the microstrip patch antenna design is appropriate for 5G.


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