Design of a microstrip antenna array for 5G applications


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Authors

  • Nail Alaoui University of Djelfa
  • Souad Kssena University of Bordj Bou Arreridj
  • Guerna Bouchra University of Djelfa
  • Cherrak Khaoula University of Djelfa
  • Abdallah Azzouz Medea of University
  • Sara Daoudi Djillali Liabès University of Sidi Bel Abbes
  • Lakhdar Bouhamla University of Djelfa
  • Umut Özkaya Konya Technical University
  • Enes Yiğit Uludağ University

Keywords:

Millimeter Wave, Array Antenna, Mobile Communication, 5G Applications

Abstract

For 5G applications, a millimeter wave microstrip patch antenna and associated array are suggested. The Rogers RT Duroid 5880 substrate, which has a standard thickness of 1.575 mm, a relative dielectric constant (εr) of 2.2, and a tan of 0.0013, is used to build the 5G Microstrip patch. The antenna has a bandwidth of 1.863 GHz, a return loss of -25.84 dB, and a resonance frequency of 27.95 GHz. The suggested antenna has a 1x2 array architecture with tapered line feeding. The 28 GHz frequency is where the antenna array resonates. There is a discernible increase in gain with the array of antennas. The antenna and its array can be utilized for 5G mobile communication due to their tiny size.

Author Biographies

Nail Alaoui , University of Djelfa

Laboratoire de Recherche Modélisation, Simulation et Optimisation des Systèmes Complexes Réels, Algeria.

Souad Kssena , University of Bordj Bou Arreridj

ETA Laboratory, Electronics Department, Algeria.

Guerna Bouchra, University of Djelfa

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication, Algeria.

Cherrak Khaoula, University of Djelfa

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication,  Algeria.

Abdallah Azzouz, Medea of University

Advanced Electronic Systems (LSEA), Electrical Engineering Department, Faculty of Technology, Algeria

Sara Daoudi, Djillali Liabès University of Sidi Bel Abbes

RCAM Laboratory Department of Electronics, Algeria,

Lakhdar Bouhamla, University of Djelfa

Laboratoire de Recherche Modélisation, Simulation et Optimisation des Systèmes Complexes Réels, Algeria

Umut Özkaya, Konya Technical University

Department of Electrical and Electronics Department, Konya, Turkey

Enes Yiğit, Uludağ University

Department of Electrical and Electronics Department, Bursa, Turkey

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Published

2023-03-03

How to Cite

Alaoui , N., Kssena , S., Bouchra, G., Khaoula, C., Azzouz, A., Daoudi, S., Bouhamla, L., Özkaya, U., & Yiğit, E. (2023). Design of a microstrip antenna array for 5G applications. International Conference on Frontiers in Academic Research, 1, 334–338. Retrieved from https://as-proceeding.com/index.php/icfar/article/view/128