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Design of microstrip patch antenna for WLAN applications using Back to Back connection of Two E-Shapes .

  title={Design of microstrip patch antenna for WLAN applications using Back to Back connection of Two E-Shapes .},
  author={Govardhani Immadi and K. Swetha and M. Venkata Narayana and M. Sowmya and R. Ranjana},
In satellite communication, there are several types of micro-strip antennas, the most common of which is “Micro-strip patch antenna”. Micro-strip patch antenna with slots placed parallel on the rectangular patch has developed and presented in this paper. Slots on the proposed patch can be used to increase the bandwidth of antenna. A constant radiation pattern with improved bandwidth, for an operating frequency of 4.5GHz can be easily achieved. Configuration of an antenna is easy to design… 

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