A Novel Monopole Antenna enclosed with SRR and Triple stripped design for wearable devices (2022)
Dr.J. Prasanth Kumar , Prof. Dr. Jagan Mohan Rao S , Dr.L. Bharathi , Dr.N. Sangeetha Priya, Dr. J. Ranga JCR. 2022: 271-277
A compact biomedical application- oriented antenna having complimentary split ring resonators at the flip side is presented in this letter. The frequency range 2.4 to 2.5 is mainly focused on the medical applications. The proposed antenna gives the best solution for the compact, low profile, robust for the medical bands. The proposed structure analyzed using ANSYS electronic desktop and results has been carried out by using the FR4 substrate. A normal rectangular patch antenna design has been taken with modified patch having three radiating strips connected to the feed line and the ground is modified with a complimentary split ring resonator and proposed antenna is used to work at the ISM band which is best suitable for medical application. It consists of almost 92% of efficiency towards radiation and a peak gain of 4dB with front to back ratio of 72%. In addition to that, an ideal radiation scenario is taken to perform time domain analysis to know the best possible way human body communication.
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