ENHANCEMENT OF BANDWIDTH AND BEAM FORMING ANTENNA ARRAYS IN 5G CELLULAR COMMUNICATION NETWORKS
Abstract
In general, an antenna is an interface that transmits signal data and receives incoming signal data. The radio waves received through this interface help to do the necessary things for the transmitter and receiver circuit systems used there. Also a radio transmitter antenna transmits different waves generated from the current generated at its tip to different areas. In this paper, the functions of increasing its bandwidth by making changes in some dimensions of the antenna are proposed. The oscillating current used in its transmitter area increases its vibration waves. This increases the amount of airwaves generated there and the number of data transmitted through it. So its bandwidth is more likely to be high. Furthermore these functions generate varying magnetic fields so that the time taken by the cross-sectional magnetic fields of the antenna varies.

Authors
Mohammad Shahnawaz Shaikh1, R. Jayadurga2, Jadhav Patil3, Shadab Ahmad4
GH Raisoni College of Engineering, India1,2,3, Samara University, Ethiopia4

Keywords
Antenna, Radio Waves, Electric Current, Radio Transmitter, Bandwidth, Broadcasting, Two-Way Radio
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ICTACT
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ICTACT Journal on Communication Technology
( Volume: 13 , Issue: 4 , Pages: 2820 - 2825 )
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December 2022
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