8Special Military Application Antenna for Robotics Process Automation

Manish Varun Yadav1* and Swati Varun Yadav2

1Electronics and Communication Engineering, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

2Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department, BITS Pilani, K K Birla Goa Campus, Goa, India


A special military application antenna for robotics process automation is presented in the following chapter. An antenna is a device that uses wireless communication. Wireless communication’s main advantage is protecting our soldiers from undefined enemies. To keep this thing in mind, we have designed a special military application antenna. The presented antenna is useful for defense and satellite communication, including wi-fi and Wimax, which is useful for the robotics automation process. Most of the military robotics automation is based on wireless communication. Our proposed antenna is very useful and capable of receiving or transmitting high signals in terms of GHz. The presented geometry can radiate the large frequency band from 2.9 to 11.6 GHz, which covers the 5G-(I) Sub-6GHz band and X-Band Communication, with high efficiency. The impedance bandwidth of the radiator is 120%, with an electrical size of .14λx.14λx0.014λ in lambda. The antenna is simulated with an FR4 substrate using a CST Simulator. Simulations also investigate the 08-stages evolution process and corresponding S-parameter results are presented. The proposed structure also demonstrates ...

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