Optimization of 5G Modified Antenna Arrays: Analyzing the Impact of Box Length Variations on Performance
Shivam Kumar Pandey, Shashank Pandey, Sajit Sharma
Antenna miniaturization, dual-band operation, fidelity, quality factor, radiation pattern, simulation analysis, structural variations, s11 parameter
This study delves into the optimization of antenna arrays for 5g communication systems, concentrating on the influence of box length variations on performance metrics. The comprehensive analysis of modified antenna arrays with a focus on the exact variation of box lengths and its impact on antenna performance metrics. Through a series of simulations and empirical testing, we investigate the relationship between box length adjustments within the array and key performance indicators such as gain, bandwidth, and beamwidth. Our findings highlight the critical nature of box length dimensions in optimizing array configurations for enhanced signal strength and coverage, contributing to the advancement of antenna design practices.
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Unique Paper ID: 163482

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 11

Page(s): 2140 - 2146
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