Analysis of Microstrip Ring Resonator for 5G Communication at Different Operating Frequencies
This Modern wireless communication systems are designed to operate at very high frequency and will require compact design. Microstrip Ring Resonators (MRR) have broad applications due to compact design and flexible frequency operation. In this paper, we design and analyze a microstrip ring resonator for fifth generation wireless communication networks. The proposed microstrip ring resonator is simulated using Advanced Design System (ADS) simulation tool at different frequencies. The analysis of varying the frequency ranges is presented and the effect on S- parameters is also evaluated. Due to the excellent S-parameter results of proposed MRR, the design is found to be suitable for 5G wireless communication.
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