Mutual coupling reduction of MIMO antenna for satellite services and radio altimeter applications
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CitationKiani, S., Mahmood, K., Altaf, A. ve Cole, A. (2018). Mutual coupling reduction of MIMO antenna for satellite services and radio altimeter applications. International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, 9(4), 23-26. https://dx.doi.org/10.14569/IJACSA.2018.090405
Ground irregularities also known as defected ground structures (DGS) is a freshly presented innovatory way in designing of patch antennas to boost up the performance of antenna constraints. This study presents a novel proposal of ground irregularities or defected ground structure is proposed for suppression of mutual coupling effects among 2x1 multiple input multiple output patch array designed on Roggers Duroid 5880. The two adjacent M shape structures surrounding Dumbbell Shaped structure and sandwiched between Dumbbell shape patterns showed the significant level of surface wave suppression up to -42dB while maintaining the gain of 4.7dB and 5.6dBi of directivity. The patch array operates at 4 to 4.3GHz for Fixed and Radio satellite services (FSS) and (RSS) and radio altimeter application systems.