Temperature Variation Effect on a Rectangular Microstrip Patch Antenna

Akinwale Oluwaseyi Fadamiro, Oluwole John Famoriji, Rabiu S. Zakariyya, Fujiang Lin, Oluwasegun Ayokunle Somefun, Erastus O. Ogunti, Waliu O. Apena, Folasade M Dahunsi


A novel hypothesis is proposed for the radiation pattern of a Rec-tangular Microstrip Patch Antenna sensitive to temperature variations from the ideal room temperature tolerance under which it was manufactured. In order to validate this hypothetical model, equations relating the resonating frequency, patch length and dielectric constant of the antenna to variations from the room temperature were improved. Simulations were carried out to validate the hypoth-esis in the drifts in ambient temperature effects on dimensions of the patch an-tenna and its field radiation patterns; including its directivity, power pattern, max-imum radiation in the electric-field plane.


Antenna, sensitivity, temperature variation

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE) – eISSN: 2626-8493
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