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MOHAMMAD TARIQUL ISLAM1, WALED YOUSEF NOOR ABOARESH1, DINH NGUYEN QUOC2, RABAH W. ALDHAHERI3,* , KHALID HAMED ALHARBI3, ABDULAH JEZA ALJOHANI3, MD SAMSUZAMAN4,*
- Dept. of Electrical, Electronics and System Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia
- Le Quy Don Technical University, Ha Noi-City, Vietnam
- Departmentof Electrical and Computer Engineering, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah 21589, Saudi Arabia
- Dept. of Computer and Communication Engineering, Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Bangladesh
The millimetre-wavecommunication technique has drawn great attention in the research community and the industry as a key technology in a fifth generation (5G) mobile communications systems. However, as the 5G mobile communication is going to use higher frequencybands beyond the traditional ones,then there will an essential need for a higher gain antenna for 5G to overcome the path loss due to the atmospheric absorption of electromagnetic waves at higher frequencies. Hence, this articlefocuses on designing antennas that work on the frequency band of 11GHz,which is one of the 5G frequency band candidates. The design aims to achieve a higher gain and to observe the visibility of the design in terms of cost, size,and performance. The proposed patch antenna resonates at 11 GHz and designedon low cost 1.6 mm FR4 substrate whichhas a compact structure of 20×40 mm2, 40×40 mm2,and 80×40 mm2for a single element, 1×2 array antenna,and 1×4 array antenna, respectively. Also, the antennas have a realized gain of 2.95, 4.6, 6.17dBifor a single element, 1×2 array antenna,and 1×4 array antenna, respectively. In this work, CST Microwave Studio 2018 is used for simulation and analysis for various parameters such as returnloss plot, gain plot, radiation,and pattern. Finally, the simulated model isfabricated,and the measuredresult is correlated with simulation results for verification.
5G, Microstrip patch antenna, Antenna array.
Submitted at: Jan. 6, 2020
Accepted at: Dec. 7, 2020
MOHAMMAD TARIQUL ISLAM, WALED YOUSEF NOOR ABOARESH, DINH NGUYEN QUOC, RABAH W. ALDHAHERI, KHALID HAMED ALHARBI, ABDULAH JEZA ALJOHANI, MD SAMSUZAMAN, Slotted planar patch antenna array design for 5G applications, Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials Vol. 22, Iss. 11-12, pp. 564-572 (2020)
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