Microstrip Patch Antenna for PCS and Wireless Networks
The findings offer a bandwidth microstrip antenna enabling wireless technology. In its most basic form, a microstrip antenna of the patch antenna on one side of the dielectric has a flat surface but at the other end. The patches are typically made from a material like copper and can accept any amount. The primary heater is a square area. The benefits of such a form of wideband antennas are different, like flat, compact size, easy implementation, and relatively inexpensive. The square proposed antenna is suitable for 2.4 GHz wireless communications with a strength of 12 dB for external use. Inside its reflection coefficient, it has a large angle of the beam. Our results indicate that perhaps the microstrip patch slot antenna may be utilized as customer antennas in a laptop and practical WLAN antennae.