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In telecommunication industry, several types of antennas are used. The most common of which are the micro strip patch antennas (also known as printed antennas) or patch antenna. Patch antennas can be used in many types of communications links that may have varied requirements. A single patch antenna provides a maximum directive gain of around 6-9 dBi. We can design it to work at multiple frequencies. It is available in various shapes and configuration, most common of which is a rectangular micro strip antenna (RMSA).In this project we are designing single fed annular ring micro strip ntenna. The software used to model and simulate the micro strip patch antenna is ZeelandInc’s IE3D software. IE3D is a full-wave electromagnetic simulator based on the method of moments. It analyzes 3D and multilayer structures of general shapes. It has been widely used in the design of MICs, RFICs, patch antennas, wire antennas, and other RF/wireless antennas. An evaluation version of the software will be used to obtain the results.

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Rathod, K., Tanna, T., Davda, R., & Prajapati, P. (2015). SIMULATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF ELLIPTICAL MICRO STRIP ANTENNA AT 750MHZ. Students’ Research in Technology & Management, 1(2), 125-132. Retrieved from


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