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Title: Análisis y diseño de antenas mediante Matlab
Author: Ruiz Salazar, Adrián
Director: Cobo Rodríguez, Germán  
Tutor: Andújar Linares, Aurora
Anguera, Jaume  
Abstract: This work arises from the lack of a tool for a rapid characterization and study of 2D antennas with non-standard geometries within the reach of any student. In this thesis, we analyze the possibilities of Matlab Antenna Toolbox for the study of 2D antennas with geometries defined in the libraries, created by code or from an image. The methodology followed begins by observing the possibilities of Matlab Toolbox in its graphical interface to optimize the dimensions of the ground plane for a monopole antenna. Afterwards, 2D antennas with code-designed shapes are created. This procedure is used to improve the bandwidth of a monopole by adding a slot in the ground plane. In addition, the obtention of the Smith chart and a matching circuit are added to the code with no manual calculations needed in order to match the antenna designed by code. Finally, the possibility of generating an antenna from an image that can be simulated is studied. The conclusion is that Matlab is not only valid for simulating 2D antennas with custom geometries, but also, due to its large number of users, its multiple tools, and the possibility of having all the designs and functions in a text file. Matlab is a software that provides functionalities for the analysis and design of antennas that no other software in the market is capable of.
Keywords: monopole
2D antennas
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/masterThesis
Issue Date: Jan-2021
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