Electricity engineering department grants MSC to the student Mohammed Khamees for his thesis "----------------".
In his thesis, the researcher proposed the design of three antennas with indirect feeding to operate in different applications for wireless communication. The first antenna was designed as a square and was rotated at 45, angle, where it was found that reducing the antenna base length plays a major role in finding the location of the frequency of work and bandwidth. The second model was designed as a hexagonal ring and was fed indirectly by two Y-shaped arms connected to the feeding line and the angle between them is equal to 120.
The third proposed V-shaped antenna was also indirectly fed by two Y-shaped arms connected to the feeding line and an angle of 55 الذي that had a rectangular middle piece to control the center of the upper beam. All student-designed antennas have been manufactured, tested and standardized by the Electronic Manufacturing Center of the Industrial Research and Development Department of the Ministry of Science and Technology.
The discussion committee was chaired by Prof.Dr.Raad Hamdan, Assc.Prof.Dr. Thameer Rasshed and Assc.Prof.Dr.Jamal Mohamed as members and Lect.Dr.Ali Jabar as a supervisor.