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JCR. 2020; 7(5): 1423-1428


DESIGN AND SIMULATION OF HELICAL ANTENNA FOR GPS APPLICATIONS

Dr.M.Reji, Dr.P.Muthukannan, Dr.Swaminathan.

Abstract
In our research work, we have designed and simulated a helical antenna which has a excellent bandwidth capacity and circular polarization features. The frequency used in the helix antenna is 2.5GHz and a equivalent gain of 15db is achieved. The simulation of antenna and analyzing the properties is done using FEKO software. The main advantage of this simulation of antenna is, it is used in many GPS applications.

Key words: helix antenna, circular polarization features, GPS applications



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