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SIMULATION AND ANALYSIS OF 5G MOBILE PHONES ANTENNA

@inproceedings{Agarwal2016SIMULATIONAA,
  title={SIMULATION AND ANALYSIS OF 5G MOBILE PHONES ANTENNA},
  author={Atima Agarwal},
  year={2016}
}
In this study, design of Array of Antennas is modified for better gain and performance in the frequency range of proposed for 5Gmobile applications. Three sub arrays of microstrip antenna identical in shape and design are used along the sides of Mobile phone to cover the broad area of space. The proposed design has gain >10dB. 

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