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2020-03-13

Design of Adaptive Array with E-Shape Slot Radiator for Smart Antenna System

By Vidya P. Kodgirwar, Shankar Deosarkar, and Kalyani Joshi
Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 90, 137-146, 2020
doi:10.2528/PIERM19122901

Abstract

This paper presents the design of an 8-element linear array for Adaptive Antenna applications using the Least Mean Square (LMS) algorithm towards improving the directive gain, beam steering capabilities, half-power beamwidth, sidelobe level, and bandwidth of array. A conventional patch antenna is optimized to operate at 3.6 GHz (5G applications) with two symmetrical slots and Quarter Wave Transformer for feeding, and this design is extended up to 8 elements using CST Microwave Studio parameterization. The Return Loss (S11), Directivity, HPBW and VSWR of the antenna array are observed for the 2, 4, and 8 element adaptive array. The inter-element spacing for resulting eight-element antenna array geometry is optimized to obtain maximum directive gain. This geometry appears promising in improving the directive gain from 7.6 dBi to 15.1 dBi for a single element to eight elements respectively. Further, the LMS algorithm is used to compute the optimal complex weights, considering different angles for the desired User (+45˚ and -45˚) and Interferer (+20˚ and -20˚) during MATLAB simulation, and then these optimal weights are fed to antenna elements using CST for beam steering in a different direction. Maximas in the direction of user and nulls in the direction of interferer are obtained using CST software and found closely matching with MATLAB results.

Citation


Vidya P. Kodgirwar, Shankar Deosarkar, and Kalyani Joshi, "Design of Adaptive Array with E-Shape Slot Radiator for Smart Antenna System," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 90, 137-146, 2020.
doi:10.2528/PIERM19122901
http://jpier.org/PIERM/pier.php?paper=19122901

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