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2013 (Vol. 6, Issue: 17)
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Design and Analysis of Dipole and Monopole Antenna for CUBESAT Application

J.S. Mandeep and Hafizah Mustapha
Corresponding Author:  J.S. Mandeep 

Key words:  Antenna, cubesat, dipole, monopole, satellite, ,
Vol. 6 , (17): 3094-3097
Submitted Accepted Published
December 12, 2012 January 14, 2013 September 20, 2013
Abstract:

For several years, most of antenna such as a simple dipole or monopole receives vertically polarized signals and re-radiates it with horizontal polarization, or vice-versa. The mode of converting antenna can be utilized in the in-line mode or in the reflection mode. Testing is conducted within ranging frequency and analyses are done due to their performances mainly on losses, radio gain and directivity. Due to that gap, this research will explore the development to construct a simple dipole and monopole by a running an antenna simulation system. The output will be used to compute the radio performances where both transmitting and receiving antennas are both polarized vertically. Some analyses are discussed accordingly to this conventional method.
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J.S. Mandeep and Hafizah Mustapha, 2013. Design and Analysis of Dipole and Monopole Antenna for CUBESAT Application.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 6(17): 3094-3097.
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