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Comparative Performance Analysis of Microstrip Patch Antenna at 2.4 GHz and 18 GHz Using AN-SOF Professional

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The main aim of this paper is to simulate and analyze the performance of a rectangular patch antenna at frequencies 2.4 and 18 GHz. The simulation results show that the antenna has achieved a gain of 5 dB at 2.4 GHz and 6 dB at 18 GHz. These two frequencies are used in many wireless applications (2.4 GHz) and Ku-band applications (18 GHz). Here, the patch antenna is designed and simulated in AN-SOF PROFESSIONAL V3.5. The simulated results such as the gain, directivity, radiation pattern, and VSWR at both frequencies are compared and discussed in this paper.

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