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Designing of Microstrip Patch Antenna by Using“CIRCULAR SRR”

Dr. Bimal Garg


This paper analyzes the parametric performance of different factors that influence the properties of metamaterial structure. Metamaterial is considered to be very promising in microwave engineering. The objective of this paper is to design, construct and fabricate microstrip antenna with and without Metamaterial structure i.e. CSRR to increase the features of microstrip antenna and the antenna is going to be used for wide number of application.

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