Anil Pandey received B.E. in electronic and communication engineering from KEC in 2001, and master of technology (M. Tech) in RF microwave engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Varanasi, India, in 2003. His M. Tech thesis was “Broadband Multilayer Printed Antennas.” From 2003 to 2006, he was a scientist at the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) in Ahmedabad, India. Since 2007, he has been in the Design Engineering Software (DES) area of the research and development division at Keysight Technologies, India, where currently he is a principal engineer. He has conducted over 17 years of research in the area of printed antennas. He has worked on various projects involving a wide range of antenna technology, including printed antennas, broadband microstrip antennas, phased array systems, 5G, mobile phone antennas, automotive radar, SAR antennas, and multilayer microstrip arrays. He has successfully completed many research projects and also managed several projects in these fields.

Mr. Pandey’s research interests include microwave and antenna engineering, automobile antennas, biomedical engineering, and communication and system engineering. During his work in ISRO, he gained experience in antenna designs, electronic design automation (EDA) tools, project management, and training. He developed microstrip phased array antennas and a high-power feed network for satellite remote-sensing applications. At Keysight Technologies, he managed and led groups and developed various active and passive microwave components by employing MMIC, LTCC, printed, and waveguide-based technologies. In addition, he developed wideband microstrip, MIMO antennas, mobile phone antennas, a 5G communication antenna system, radar antenna arrays, couplers, power dividers, and wideband monopulse comparators. Mr. Pandey has published more than 40 papers in journals and conference proceedings. He has two patents on RF microwave and antenna design. Additionally, he has served on the technical and organizational committees of several international conferences.

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14 responses to “About

  1. please let me know how to give feeding to conformal patch antenna. I am having trouble in giving line feeding as well as coaxial feeding. Thank you

  2. Sir I want to know how to extract equivalent circuit of antenna .I am working on RFID tag antenna design….

  3. Hi,
    What would be the nominal Gain of a patch antenna on FR4 substrate. Is that possible to achieve the bandwidth of 100 MHz in an elemental patch.

      • Thanks for your reply. I tried to design patch antenna on FR4 substrate of 1.6mm thickness. I got the Gain of 2.2 dBi & Bandwidth of 52 MHz. But when I designed an array of 4×4 patches, I can able to achieve the bandwidth of 100 MHz and the gain is around 11 dBi. Why the gain is too low on FR4. Is there any theory relating the increase in the bandwidth to patch array structure

  4. 2.2 Gain is really low. If a signal patch antenna gain is 2.2 then an array of 4×4 should give max gain 14.2 dBi and you are getting 11 dBi that’s again 3 dBi less.. There are multiple ways to increase bandwidth of patch antenn

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