Circular Patch Antenna Design using Swine Influenza (H1N1) Characterized Model based Optimization Technique

AuthorsSatish K. Jain, Chandresh Dhote
SourceFERMAT, Volume 24, Article 2, Nov.-Dec., 2017


Abstract—In this paper, a very fresh optimization technique naming ‘swine Influenza model based optimization (SIMBO)’ has been explored through the application in the antenna design. The SIMBO with all available variant has been introduced and various aspects have been discussed along with flow chart and algorithm. A proposed technique has been tested by applying for design and optimization of an inset feed circular microstrip patch antenna. An available closed form formula of microstrip patch antenna resonant frequency has been used to form the fitness function in order to optimize the dimensional parameters like radius and feed point location. The input to the SIMBO optimizer is desired resonant frequency and response is dimensional parameters of the antenna in terms of the radius of patch and feed point location on the patch. Antenna has been fabricated in the laboratory and tested experimentally. All results including simulation, computationally calculated and measurement are compared in order to confirm the accuracy of the method.

Index Terms—Swine influenza model based optimization (SIMBO), Vaccination, Pandemic state, Circular micro patch antennas, Polarization, Computer simulation technology (CST).


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Circular Patch Antenna Design using Swine Influenza (H1N1) Characterized Model based Optimization Technique







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