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Review Article Volume 2 Issue 11

Improved Microstrip Dipole Antenna for RFID Technology by Using Metamaterials

Nail Alaoui*

Department Science and Technologies, University of Djelfa, Djelfa, Algeria

*Corresponding Author:Nail Alaoui, Department Science and Technologies, University of Djelfa, Djelfa, Algeria.

Received: September 16, 2020; Published: October 14, 2020

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Abstract

  This paper explores an innovative way of designing antennas through metamaterial integration and the miniaturization process. In order to boost frequency usability and reduce the antenna size, we propose a new solution. The interaction between the two divided ring resonators with this resonant component is based on this technique. In this experiment the parameters considered include the resonant frequency, the lack of response, the wavelength, the amount of radiation and the gain and the power produced by an antenna. CST conducts all simulation effects.

Keywords: Radio Frequency Identification; Microstrip Dipole antenna; Metamaterials Antennas; Split Ring Resonators; Computer Simulation Technology Microwave Studio

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Citation

Citation: Nail Alaoui. “Improved Microstrip Dipole Antenna for RFID Technology by Using Metamaterials". Acta Scientific Computer Sciences 2.11 (2020): 16-19.




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