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Design and Analysis of Microstrip Antenna Arrays for Radar Applications


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Considering the changing patterns in correspondence framework, the necessity of an ease, insignificant weight and a position of safety receiving wire is genuinely necessary. In this way, satisfying the previously mentioned necessities microstrip fix receiving wires are planned. The goal of this paper is to plan a 2X1, 1X2, and 4X1 fix receiving wire cluster and furthermore investigate their points of interest and burdens contingent on the outcomes acquired. Reception apparatus parameters for example, radiation design, receiving wire gain, directivity and control acquired are contemplated. The work includes structuring of 2X1, 1X2 and 4x1 fix cluster at resounding recurrence. The results are gotten utilizing Advance Design System (ADS).

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Microstrip Array Single Patch, 2X1 Array, 1X2 Array, 4X1 Array, Radiation Pattern, Gain, Directivity.
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Authors

K. Sundaresan
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Bannari Amman Institute of Technology, Erode, T.N.,, India
P. R. Abishek
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Bannari Amman Institute of Technology, Erode, T.N.,, India
C. Deepak
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Bannari Amman Institute of Technology, Erode, T.N.,, India
P. Ramya
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Bannari Amman Institute of Technology, Erode, T.N.,, India

Abstract


Considering the changing patterns in correspondence framework, the necessity of an ease, insignificant weight and a position of safety receiving wire is genuinely necessary. In this way, satisfying the previously mentioned necessities microstrip fix receiving wires are planned. The goal of this paper is to plan a 2X1, 1X2, and 4X1 fix receiving wire cluster and furthermore investigate their points of interest and burdens contingent on the outcomes acquired. Reception apparatus parameters for example, radiation design, receiving wire gain, directivity and control acquired are contemplated. The work includes structuring of 2X1, 1X2 and 4x1 fix cluster at resounding recurrence. The results are gotten utilizing Advance Design System (ADS).

Keywords


Microstrip Array Single Patch, 2X1 Array, 1X2 Array, 4X1 Array, Radiation Pattern, Gain, Directivity.

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