Artificial Neural Network based Bandwidth Estimation of a CPW-Fed Patch Antenna

  title={Artificial Neural Network based Bandwidth Estimation of a CPW-Fed Patch Antenna},
  author={Kamil Yavuz Kapusuz and Sultan Can and Birkan Dagdeviren},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Applications},
study, coplanar wave (CPW) feed microstrip antennas are designed to form dual frequency by inserting single stub. Bandwidths of the microstrip printed antennas for both upper and lower frequencies are represented in this study by considering the simulated and experimental results. For each size of T-matching network and each permittivity values are varied and effects of these variations are analyzed. The presented printed antennas in literature which have the same shape and the same feeding… 
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