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DESIGN OF HIGH GAIN MICROSTRIP ANTENNA FOR VEHICLE TO VEHICLE COMMUNICATION USING GENETIC ALGORITHM

By V. Renuga Kanni and R. Brinda

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Abstract:
A novel, simple and inexpensive microstrip antenna is designed for vehicle communication and specifically for blind spot detection in this work. The proposed antenna is 20.2 mm x 24.1 mm x 1.6 mm in size. Since offset feeding technique is used, manufacturing is simple and cheap. ANSYS Electromagnetics Suite 17.2 simulates the antenna. To suppress mutual coupling, defected ground structure is employed. In addition, the Genetic Algorithm is used to optimize the ground plane width to obtain high gain and omnidirectional characteristics. The simulated results conceive that the `Dedicated Short Range Communication' (DSRC) band band is covered by using the antenna. Moreover, the antenna is fabricated, and the measured results are found to be consistent with the simulated ones.

Citation:
V. Renuga Kanni and R. Brinda, "Design of High Gain Microstrip Antenna for Vehicle to Vehicle Communication Using Genetic Algorithm," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 81, 167-179, 2019.
doi:10.2528/PIERM19040505

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