Jaswinder Kaur

Work place: Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering Thapar University, Patiala, 147004, Punjab, India



Research Interests: Computational Engineering, Engineering


Dr. Jaswinder Kaur received her Ph.D. degree from “Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering”, Thapar University, Patiala, Punjab, India in 2014. Her M.Tech. and B.Tech. degrees are from Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar, in 2009 and 2005 respectively. She has been in the profession of teaching since July 2005. She has 24 publications in national and international peer reviewed journals/conferences, to her credit.
Her research interests include the Analysis and Design of Microstrip Antennas and Wireless
Communication Systems.

Author Articles
Dual Band High Directivity Microstrip Patch Antenna Rotated-Stepped-Impedance Array Loaded with CSRRs for WLAN Applications

By Deepak Verma Jaswinder Kaur

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijwmt.2016.04.01, Pub. Date: 8 Jul. 2016

A suspended dual band planar antenna based on a stepped-impedance structure modified to an array, loaded with Complementary Split-Ring Resonators (CSRRs), possessing good directivity pertaining point to point backhaul communication is acquainted. The presented antenna radiates at 2.4-2.5 GHz (4.4%) and 5.3-5.9 GHz (12%) with |S11| < −10 dB, accompanying directivity of 11.6 dBi and 11.3 dBi respectively. The antenna is loaded with CSRRs which works as a L-C tank resonator, to obtain better coupling, and to lower the frequency of radiation in 2.4 GHz band along with decreasing the return loss for both the bands of WLAN. The Suspended antenna, symmetrical across vertical axis, has four branches, each of which are obtained from Maximally Stepped-Impedance filter. A stable radiation pattern with high directivity in both the WLAN bands is achieved.

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Performance Improvement of U-Slot Microstrip Patch Antenna for RF Portable Devices using Electromagnetic Band Gap and Defected Ground Structure

By Nitika Mittal Rajesh Khanna Jaswinder Kaur

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijwmt.2016.03.03, Pub. Date: 8 May 2016

This paper presents a microstrip patch antenna incorporated with electromagnetic band gap (EBG) structure on substrate and defected ground structure (DGS) in the ground plane. Electromagnetic Band Gap materials are artificially engineered structures that improve the performance of the patch antennas. It is manifested that applications of both EBG and DGS outcomes in the remarkable improvement of return loss level from -20.2dB to -31.5dB and bandwidth from 155MHz to 202 MHz respectively. The most fascinating characteristic of the proposal is the capability of increasing the gain, directivity and the total efficiency of the antenna without affecting the other essential parameter like bandwidth which makes the designed antenna applicable for Radio Frequency portable devices operating at 6.1 GHz. 

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