Title

Researching, Designing, and Building Multiple Antennas to Be Used with Receivers

Description/Abstract/Artist Statement

This project covers the research, design, simulation, and construction of several antenna types and their range along a frequency range of 150 MHz to 210 MHz. After being designed, simulated, and built, the process of tuning each antenna will be covered. The antenna models used in this project are the Halfwave Dipole, Folded Dipole, the Colinear Array, the Yagi-Uda Moxon Antenna, and the Quadrifilar Helix Antenna. These antenna types were chosen as they all have varying ranges, and even build upon each other in concept and design. The project details the design, and the simulation models using Feko and Matlab. The ability to tune each antenna is just as vital to antennas as the construction itself and gives a means of design verification.

Presenting Author Name/s

Shane Williams

Faculty Advisor/Mentor

Otilia Popescu

College Affiliation

College of Engineering & Technology (Batten)

Presentation Type

Poster

Disciplines

Electrical and Computer Engineering | Systems and Communications

Session Title

Engineering & Science Research #2

Location

Zoom Room N

Start Date

3-20-2021 11:00 AM

End Date

3-20-2021 11:55 AM

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Researching, Designing, and Building Multiple Antennas to Be Used with Receivers

Zoom Room N

This project covers the research, design, simulation, and construction of several antenna types and their range along a frequency range of 150 MHz to 210 MHz. After being designed, simulated, and built, the process of tuning each antenna will be covered. The antenna models used in this project are the Halfwave Dipole, Folded Dipole, the Colinear Array, the Yagi-Uda Moxon Antenna, and the Quadrifilar Helix Antenna. These antenna types were chosen as they all have varying ranges, and even build upon each other in concept and design. The project details the design, and the simulation models using Feko and Matlab. The ability to tune each antenna is just as vital to antennas as the construction itself and gives a means of design verification.