author={Muhammad Shahin Uddin and Monir Morshed and Ruhul Amin},
  journal={International Journal of Wireless \& Mobile Networks},
In recent years, microstrip antennas becomevery popular because of their interesting advantages of low cost, low profile, light weight, easy fabrication andease of analysis. Electromagnetic Band Gap (EBG) substrate is used as a part of antenna structureto improve the performanceof the patch antenna. Usually, the performance of a patch antenna depends on the parameters such as Return Loss (RL) , Bandwidth (BW), Gain, and Directivity. In this paper, we propose a rectangular microstrip patch… Expand
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