Design of Flexible and Dual Band Antenna for Vehicular Communication

Authors

  • K Appala Raju Department of Electronics and communication Engineering, Andhra Loyola Institute of Engineering and Technology, Vijayawada- 520008, India.
  • Ch Sai Keerthi Department of Electronics and communication Engineering, Andhra Loyola Institute of Engineering and Technology, Vijayawada- 520008, India.
  • K Srikalyani Department of Electronics and communication Engineering, Andhra Loyola Institute of Engineering and Technology, Vijayawada- 520008, India.
  • U Jyothika Department of Electronics and communication Engineering, Andhra Loyola Institute of Engineering and Technology, Vijayawada- 520008, India.
  • Md Ameenun Mehaboob Department of Electronics and communication Engineering, Andhra Loyola Institute of Engineering and Technology, Vijayawada- 520008, India.

Keywords:

Automotive antenna, Cellular frequencies, C-V2X frequencies, HFSS tool

Abstract

The antenna with bowtie and meander lines shaped elements for the vehicular communication in this paper. The dimensions of the proposed antenna are 40.5*91.5*0.1. The substrate used in this antenna is polyamide substrate with a permittivity of 4.3. The implemented antenna is operated at cellular (975MHz) and C-V2X (5.9GHz) band. The efficiency of this proposed antenna is 99.5%.  This paper describes the design of antenna with high efficiency vehicular roof mounted for V2V communication system used for ubiquitous intelligent systems. To enhance the connectivity among vehicles by providing seamless communication and to reduce initial access time using high performance antenna systems is the purpose of the ubiquitous intelligent systems. V2V communication efficiency depends on the antenna efficiency used for ubiquitous intelligent systems. We are proposing this antenna to increase the performance of the antenna by enhancing efficiency.

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2023-12-30

How to Cite

Appala Raju, K., Sai Keerthi, C., Srikalyani, K., Jyothika, U., & Ameenun Mehaboob, M. (2023). Design of Flexible and Dual Band Antenna for Vehicular Communication. International Transactions on Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, 2(4), 163–171. Retrieved from http://iteecs.com/index.php/iteecs/article/view/42

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