IJSRP, Volume 5, Issue 4, April 2015 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Debasmita Manna, Tirthankar Majee, Sourav Patra, Bisruta Sarkar, Snehashis Banik, Niazul Azim, Md Sahil Imdad, Sucheta das
Utilization of different wasted materials for the development of microstrip antenna segment has been rapid due to the recent miniaturization of wireless devices. In this paper, we have simulated a coaxial fed rectangular microstrip patch antenna for all those communication systems whose limited antenna size is premium. Low permittivity polyolefin has been used as substrate to achieve wide bandwidth. The Polyolefin can be collected form wastes of pipes, cables which will be a step towards recycling of unused pipes, cables etc. The simulation of this proposed antenna has been performed by using IE3D software, which is the first SCALABLE EM design and verification platform that delivers the modeling accuracy for the combined needs of high-frequency circuit design and signal integrity engineers across multiple design domains. This research will therefore contribute to a new generation of with extensive functionalities.
Debasmita Manna, Tirthankar Majee, Sourav Patra, Bisruta Sarkar, Snehashis Banik, Niazul Azim, Md Sahil Imdad, Sucheta das (2018); Simulation of a Rectangular Patch Antenna with Polyolefin Substrate from Wasted Materials by Zeland IE-3D;
Int J Sci Res Publ 5(4) (ISSN: 2250-3153). http://www.ijsrp.org/research-paper-0415.php?rp=P403970