Sovan Mohanty

Sovan Mohanty
SRMS College of Engineering and Technology | srmscet · Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Doctor of Engineering


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Subject Matter Expert with 28+ years of experience in Avionics and Academic industry. His teaching and research interest are Analog &Digital Comm., Electronic Devices and Circuits, Microwave Engg, and Antenna. Design. Analysis, Tuning, and Testing of Radio Frequency & Microwave components, Transmitter, Receiver, Measurement of Conducted Emission in Electromagnetic Interference/Electromagnetic Compatibility. Servicing & Rectification of Airborne and Ground Communication & Navigational Equipments.
Additional affiliations
July 2012 - present
SRMS College of Engineering and Technology
  • Assistant Professor
  • Sovan Mohanty received Ph.D. in ECE from Galgotias University. He received a Master of Engineering in Microwave Engineering from BIT, Mesra. He has 18 years and 07 months of work experience in the Avionics industry, working with various airborne and ground-based communication and navigational equipment. Further, he has around 09 years of experience in teaching, research, and college administration. He is a Chartered Engineer and member of IE(I).
June 2017 - March 2022
Galgotias University
Field of study
  • Design, Development, and Analysis of Low Loss Rectangular Dielectric Resonator Antenna for Wireless Applications
July 2006 - March 2009
Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra
Field of study
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering with Specialization in Microwave Engineering


Publications (12)
In this paper, a slim profile microstrip-fed wideband rectangular dielectric resonator antenna is proposed, and the effect of the finite ground plane on its performance is studied. Due to the availability of specified finite dimensions and fixed dielectric constant material, wide range of frequency tuning is one of the key challenges in the design...
In this paper, a leaky wave antenna based on the parallel non-radiative dielectric guide (NRD) has been proposed. This novel design uses two parallel dielectric strip waveguides having a dielectric constant of 2.2 are placed over a substrate of the dielectric constant of 2.55 and both are separated by a ground plane. The upper structure is bounded...
In this paper, coplanar waveguide-based rectangular dielectric resonating antenna has been investigated by employing dielectric waveguide model (DWM) method. It is found that with CPW, feed line back radiation can be minimized and a strong capacitive matching can be obtained to achieve resonance in quad band. Proposed DRA provides efficiency as hig...
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The objective of this paper is to develop a comparative analysis of rectangular and triangular cylindrical microstrip patch antenna. In this study we would like to take into account the problems of resonance and radiation of cylindrical rectangular and triangular microstrip patch antenna. Design procedure involves parameters related to cylindrical...


Questions (21)
Magnetic forces or magnetic field will never change the speed of the particles on which they act.
A quantity is called vector which has magnitude as well as direction.
Innovation is the urge to explore a challenge and obtain a response that should have some newness or novelty.
The electrical height of the antenna is related to important antenna parameters like gain, directivity, radiation resistance, efficiency, etc.


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Projects (2)
All modern equipment dispersed energy through radio waves in air as radiated emission and conducted through power lines and cables by conducted emission disturb the equipment working in the vicinity. EMI/EMC has grown in importance due to the increased speed and use of digital electronics in today’s world and the virtual worldwide imposition of government limits on the radiated and conducted noise emissions of electrical/ digital electronics products. This project will be helpful to the researchers and practicing engineers to find various methods of interference mitigation and implementation.
To achieve wideband and multiband response for high speed and high capacity communication system.