Cylindrical Rectangular Antenna for Wireless Communications
In this paper reports a cylindrical rectangular antenna for wireless communications. Omnidirectional antennas are those that radiate the signal in all directions, however, much of the radiated signal is not used. The directive antennas are those whose property radiate and receive electromagnetic waves with better efficiency in algunas ,directions. This paper presents a cylindrical rectangular antenna, which aims to get better signal use and show an increase in the coverage area. To obtain the results, simulations and analysis of the structure under study HFSS TM (High Frequency Structural Simulator) was used. The level of signal, channel, frequency and MAC (Media Access Control) address was made through the Xirrus Wi -Fi Inspector program.To measure the rate of transmission sites were used: http://speedtest.copel.net/. The results showed a good response on the signal level and the speed of transmission, compared to an existing market.
KeywordsCylindrical Rectangular Antenna Wireless antennas
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