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This paper presents a study on the generation and radiation pattern of a microstrip patch antenna. The antenna is designed using miniaturized components and simulated for low satellite applications. The antenna is operated in the frequency range of 22GHz-29GHz. The antenna’s radiation pattern analysis in the X, Y, Z and Phi planes are studied. Various parameters of the antenna such as size, material, and length are analyzed. The antenna size is examined in the 0.46λmax-3λmax range to determine the proper dimensions. The results show that the antenna size is 0.2λmax for a size 4πλmax-3.3λmax. The antenna has a polarization factor of 11.4%. The radiation pattern analysis shows that the antenna operates in all planes with a maximum gain of 6 dBi. A full-wave port simulation is performed and its radiation pattern is compared to the proposed radiator. The obtained results validate the designer’s design.
A microstrip patch antenna operating at the satellite uplink frequency is analyzed. The width and distance of the conductive trace are analyzed in order to achieve the optimum antenna performance. The proposed design is compared with another commercial antenna design software package. The simulation results show that the designed antenna is smaller than the other antenna. Furthermore, narrow screen printing process is proposed to fabricate the antenna on a substrate. The radiation pattern of the designed antenna is examined in the EM mode and the SAR mode. The obtained results show that the designed antenna has 90° plane polar pattern. The polarization factor reaches 26.3% in the SAR mode.
An antenna design for miniaturized COMS type was proposed by  to serve satellite communication applications. The antenna was analyzed in the C, L, K and Ka frequency bands. Surface current distribution is described in terms of the field enhancement factor. The results indicate that the antenna can operate in the K and Ka bands with a maximum gain of 1.3 dBi, a minimum gain of 0.9 dBi, and a maximum antenna gain of 10.4 dBi. Also, the proposed antenna has 90°-linear radiation pattern in all frequency bands. 7211a4ac4a