Jibendu Sekhar Roy

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– Differential evolution (DE) algorithm is used to design a microstrip antenna, loaded with a shorting pin. The position of probe and the position of shorting pin are optimized using DE. The fitness function for DE is obtained using multiport network modelling technique. Antenna is fabricated and measured results are compared with the theoretical results.
– Design of thinned elliptical antenna arrays of uniformly excited isotropic antennas using particle swarm optimization (PSO), is reported. Thinned arrays can generate directive beam with minimum side lobe level (SLL) without degrading the performance of fully populated antenna arrays significantly. Thinning of elliptical antenna arrays using PSO are(More)
The application of Genetic Algorithm (GA) to the optimization of gain of microstrip antenna, fabricated on ferrite substrate, biased externally by a steady magnetic field, is reported. The fitness function for the GA program is developed using cavity method for the analysis of microstrip antenna. The computed results are compared with the results obtained(More)
– The investigations on a new proximity coupled dual-frequency microstrip antenna, which can be operated at GPS and Bluetooth frequency bands of wireless communication, are reported. The patch geometry consists of two square sections joined at the common corners and proximity coupled by a microstrip line. The results show that the antenna has sufficient(More)
Differential evolution (DE) algorithm is applied to the design of single-layer and multi-layer microstrip antennas. For the design of single-layer co-axial probe-fed microstrip antenna, fitness function is obtained from cavity model theory of microstrip antenna, whereas for the design of multi-layer aperture-coupled microstrip antenna, transmission line(More)
In this paper sample matrix inversion (SMI) algorithm is used to generate beam for a smart antenna. The capability of adaptive beam generation by SMI algorithm is investigated for linear and planar arrays. The accuracies of main beam toward user and null toward interferer, beam width and side lobe level with respect to the variation of block length are(More)
— For efficient spectrum utilization in cognitive radio networks it requires appropriate allocation of idle frequency spectrum among coexisting cognitive radios while maximizing total bandwidth utilization and minimizing interference. The fixed spectrum allocation scheme leads to low spectrum utilization across the whole spectrum. This paper is an attempt(More)