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Smart Antennas - Latest Trends in Design and Application

Editorial Board
Lead Guest Editors:
  • Praveen Malik ()
Guest Editors:
  • Pradeep Kumar (University of KwaZulu-Natal)+ BioMEngg, PhD, PDF
  • Dr.Swetha Amit (M S Ramaiah Institute of Technology)
  • Padam Singh (G. B. Pant Govt. Engineering College, Delhi)
  • Jolly Parikh (Bharati Vidyapeeth's College of Engineering)
  • Dr. Ravindra Kumar YADAV (Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology, Ghaziabad)
  • Dr. Narbada Prasad Gupta (Lovely professional University Punjab)
  • Rajesh Singh (Lovely Professional Un8versity)
  • Abdul Rahim (Lovely Professional University)
  • puneet chandra srivastava (RajKumar Goel Institute of Technology, Ghaziabad)
Aims & Scope
Micro-strip antenna design issues are very limited in literature. Most of the students, scholars and researchers are used to do the mathematical modeling and pattern measurement in the different simulators only. Antennas have long been used in many medical applications which include microwave imaging, medical implants, hyperthermia treatments, and wireless wellness monitoring etc. Reduction in size and complexity of the antennas are the primary objective of recent antenna research. Most of the above-mentioned medical applications still use bulky antenna systems which hamper their efficiency and applicability despite high application potential. Out of all, Microwave breast imaging is the promising microwave imaging method which is widely used in the detection of early breast tumors without using any harmful radiation. The use of antennas for these applications makes the systems bulky, complicated, impractical, and expensive. Design of wearable sensors which works on ultra-wideband frequency are itself a challenging task. While designing such antennas or sensors it is utmost important to have design conformal structure which is miniaturized also. Such challenging design for a specific frequency band or ultra-wideband is critical and very few literatures are available in these fields. This book tries to provide in-depth to such studies.
Microstrip Antenna, Fractal Antenna, Vehicular Communication, Multiple-antenna transmission, reception and beam-forming, Internet of things, industrial Internet of Things, Wearable antennas and electronics, Massive MIMO channel models and channels, MIMO/OFDM-based cognitive radio, Mobile communication, Reconfigurable antennas and RF circuits

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