Rajendra R. Patil

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This paper reports simulated performance analysis of microstrip patch antenna with conducting/radiating patch thickness less than one skin depth (SK) in terms of antenna bandwidth. For performance analysis antenna is designed and modeled for 5. 8 GHz applications like WLAN, for which conducting metal copper's fraction of skin depth lies in the nano(More)
This paper presents modeling and simulation characterization of a co-planar proximity fed patch antenna that utilizes copper nanofilm (thickness: 1-100 nm) as a radiating element using IE3D simulation software. On a 1.6 mm height FR4 substrate, the proposed antenna resonates at 6.2 GHz and 9.8 GHz, with an impedance bandwidth of 10.53 GHz. The results are(More)
The advancement in computational power and electronic miniaturization as well as maturation of micro electromechanical (MEMS) sensors and actuators have lead to the emergence and development of a new class of small flying aircraft called as Micro air vehicle (MAV) that have drawn tremendous attention worldwide in recent years. In this paper a general(More)
This paper presents modeling and simulation of microstrip patch antenna using carbon nanotube (CNT) for wireless local area networks (WLAN) applications in Industrial, Scientific and Medical band (ISM). Here we model CNT material instead of copper metal as radiating element of the patch antenna. In this work, simulations were carried out using IE3D software(More)
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