Simulations on the effects of an optimized bowtie dipole antenna with an adaptive FIR filter

Aaron Don Munsayac Africa, Benjamin Emmanuel Uy, Bianca Clarisse Tan

Abstract


In the evolution of technology through the years, antennas are use in varying wireless systems have been in demand. Antennas play a great role in transmitting and receiving signals. As its application is heavily used in many days to day activities, it is important to create a cost-efficient and quick way to analyze its performance, characteristics, and relationship to different variables. As many radiation pattern acquisition devices are expensive, this simulation proposes a quick, reliable, and cost-friendly way to simulate 2D patterns in the E-plane and H-plane of a bowtie dipole antenna with an adaptive finite impulse response (FIR) filter. Through this study, the software MATLAB will be utilized to successfully simulate the radiation patterns of antennas with varying lengths. With the use of MATLAB toolboxes, the researchers aim to be able to compare different antenna lengths and determine the relationship and effect of it in the obtained 2D radiation pattern. If this method is successful various antenna applications may be implemented in the future with the use of 2D radiation pattern results.

Keywords


Beamwidth; Bowtie dipole antenna; E-plane; Finite impulse response filter; H-plane; MATLAB; Optimization

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v12i3.4406

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