Design and Analysis of Slotted Microstrip Patch Antenna, A review

Rupanda Thangjam, Kaustubh Bhattacharyya


Antennas are an inevitable part of telecommunication. In simplest words, it is a transducer that converts electrical energy into radio signals and vice-versa. The transmission and reception of signals among people that live at the physically inaccessible placescan communicate by wireless communication technology. Like any system, the wireless system also has a medium of operation, i.e., the atmosphere. Over the years, development in the field of communication has led to many types of antennas. One of these is the microstrip patch antenna which is fabricated on a substrate layer. Although microstrip antennas can provide sufficient gain, it cannot operate over large bandwidth. There must be some adjustments between various properties of the antenna. There must be some trade-off among the size of the radiating layer, number of slots on the layer, shape and size of the slots, etc. this paper presents a study of the work carried out on such antennas and presents a summary of further possible work.


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