Dr. J.S. Mandeep

Dr. J.S.
Design A SPDT Switch For WiMAX
This single-pole, double-throw switch circuit uses low-cost commercial diodes and low-loss circuit-board material to achieve low insertion loss and high isolation at WiMAX frequencies from 2.3 to 2.7 GHz.
Study Reliability Of Radiated RFID Tags
The reliability and performance of passive UHF RFID tags must be fully explored before such technology can be depended upon in environments such as hospitals where gamma radiation is used for sterilization.
UWB Antenna Stops Two Bands
This compact printed monopole antenna is well suited for ultrawideband wireless communications systems that must deal with interference from other wireless systems.
Analyze BER Performance Of Wireless FSK Systems
Computer-aided-engineering (CAE) simulations can help in evaluating bandwidth efficiency and BER performance tradeoffs in different digital modulation formats.
Rectangular DR Antenna Resonates At 3 GHz
This rectangular dielectric resonator antenna was designed for a target resonant frequency of 3 GHz, with computer simulations and measured results showing good agreement.
Design An X-Band Vivaldi Antenna, Part 2 1
The conclusion of this two-part article will provide guidance on testing broadband Vivaldi antennas and how to apply those measurement results into improved performance when used in a CAE simulator.
Design An X-Band Vivaldi Antenna 2
Part 1 of this two-part article will explain how Vivaldi antennas can provide outstanding directional propagation at microwave frequencies, with a simple design that offers broad bandwidth.

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