Case of Reconfigurable Micro-strip Antennas

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Career Episode 2Competency Demonstration Report (CDR)
CE 2.1: Project IntroductionName of the Project:Design of logarithmic spiral antennaGeographical Location:[Please Fill]Project Duration:[Please Fill]Organization:[Please Fill]Position in the Project:Team MemberCE 2.2: Project BackgroundCE 2.2.1: Characteristics of the ProjectIn case of the frequency independent antennas, the polarization, impedance and radiationpattern are remained unchanged throughout the large domain of bandwidth. I have observed thatthe frequency of the antenna remains proportional with the electrical dimension of the antenna.Therefore, in this project I have worked for developing a los cost and efficient spiral antenna, inthis project I have fed the logarithmic uniplanar antenna and backed the design with coplanar-waveguide. I have further conducted the simulation of the antenna design for predicting theperformance analysis in respect to the input impedance and radiation pattern for the spiralantenna.CE 2.2.2: Objectives developed for projectIn this project I have developed the following objective for timely completion of theproject.Page1of9
To provide the antenna specifications for developing the spiral antenna;To determine the required configuration for the balun design implemented in thespiral antenna;To conduct the experimental and numerical analysis for the proposed prototypemodel for the spiral antenna;To simulate the proposed antenna using appropriate simulation software;CE 2.2.3: My area of workI have worked in this project for the design specification of the spiral antenna. I havedeveloped specification and configuration of the balun for transforming the frequency of theantenna. In addition to that, I have determined the specification and developed the simulationenvironment for the performance analysis. In addition to that, I have developed the prototypemodel of the antenna and developed the required chamber for the spiral model.Page2of9
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