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  • Volume 2019

    Millimeter Wave Antenna Using Microstrip Patch
    (International Journal of Engineering Works)

    Vol. 6, Issue 01, PP. 1-5, January 2019
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    Keywords: MM-Wave Antennna using Microstrip patch, high bandwidth, CST Studio, 5G Communication, High frequency

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    Abstract

    This paper is propose to design a MM-Wave antenna using Microstrip patch for 5G communication. The proposed antenna is design by using CST Studio. This simulation tool enables us to anlyze and record different parameters of the antenna in ral time simulation like the gain, effieciency, bandwidth, return losses directivity and many other parameters as well. The 5th Generation of communication technology is most probable being implemented in 2020 around the globe. The work done in this field of communication is so far up to smaller, compact, efficient and less coastly antennas whicn can provide high bandwidth with high gain. The goal of this work is to design an antenna with more greater bandwidth which can be utilize for 5th generation communication in the futurea and by varying the design of the patch it is seen that different parameters of the antenna also improved.

    Author

    1. Muhammad Nauman: University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar, Pakistan

    2. Syed Waqar Shah: University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar, Pakistan

    3. Bilal Mehmood: University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar, Pakistan

    4. Faizan Alam: University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar, Pakistan

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    Muhammad Nauman Syed Waqar Shah Bilal Mehmood and Faizan Alam, "Millimeter Wave Antenna Using Microstrip Patch", International Journal of Engineering Works, Vol. 6 Issue 01 PP. 1-5 January 2019.

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