Implementation of Microstrip Patch Antenna using MATLAB


  • N.B Alhamadani Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Altinbas University, Istanbul, Turkey
  • M.M Abdelwahid Department of Computer Engineering, Karabuk University, Karabuk, Turkey


The plan of microstrip fix (MP) radio wire utilizing Moth–Flame streamlining (MFO) calculation for UWB applications is introduced in this article. MP radio wires are intended to work in double and multi-band application as it have the accompanying focal points, for example, ease, light weight and simple establishment. To decrease the microstrip fix cross-spellbound radiation and to accomplish the fundamental radiation boundaries, the MP reception apparatus is planned with an abandoned ground structure. The substrate of fluid precious stone polymer is utilized here to diminish the material expense and the appropriate calculation boundaries are utilized to improve recieving wire execution.The MFO enhanced reception apparatus speaks to 50 mm × 50 mm minimal size, which improves the presentation of reception apparatus. Notwithstanding, the recreation methodology is finished by the MATLAB instrument alongside high recurrence structure test system for boundary streamlining and execution investigation separately. The operational data transmission of the recieving wire is 3.1 GHz and the return misfortune is − 20 dB that covers the UWB (3.1–10.6 GHz) applications.The reproduction results show great impedance transfer speed, radiation example, directivity, and moderately steady addition over the whole band of recurrence contrasting and the prior strategies. At last, the proposed framework can be a superior choice for the plan of microstrip radio wire in the correspondence framework, to cover Bluetooth activities, Wi-Fi, Wi-MAX, Telemedicine and UWB applications.




How to Cite

Alhamadani, N. ., & Abdelwahid, . M. . (2021). Implementation of Microstrip Patch Antenna using MATLAB . Informatica : Journal of Applied Machines Electrical Electronics Computer Science and Communication Systems, 2(1), 29 - 35. Retrieved from