Performance analysis of microstrip patch antenna for wireless communication systems

Manjunathan Alagarsamy, Santhakumar Govindasamy, Kannadhasan Suriyan, Balamurugan Rajangam, Sivarathinabala Mariappan, Jothi Chitra Ratha Krishnan


An antenna may be thought of as a temporary tool that directs radio waves for transmission or reception. Aside from being inexpensive, small, easy to manufacture, and compatible with integrated electronics, the microstrip patch antenna (MPA) offers several other benefits as well. These two methods are often seen as low-cost, adaptable, dependable, high-speed data connection choices that promote user mobility. An overview of how MPA have been used throughout the last several decades is provided in this article. It has been suggested that there are many approaches to enhance the performance of MPA, including the use of composite antennas, highly integrated antenna/array and feeding networks, operating at relatively high frequencies, and using cutting-edge manufacturing methods. Dual or multiband antennas are essential for meeting the demands of wireless services in this rapidly evolving wireless communication environment. Here is an overview of the patch antenna literature for wireless local area network (WLAN) and worldwide interoperability for microwave access (WiMAX) applications.


Efficiency; Gain; Microstrip antenna; Radiation pattern; Voltage standing wave ratio

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