Ali Abdulateef Abdulbari
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

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Smartphone’s off grid communication network by using Arduino microcontroller and microstrip antenna Yaqdhan Mahmood Hussain; H. O. Hanoosh; Z. Zakaria; Fahad Taha Al-Dhief; Murtaja Ali Saare; Mustafa Muhammad Jawad; Alaa Hamza Omran; Ali Abdulateef Abdulbari
TELKOMNIKA (Telecommunication Computing Electronics and Control) Vol 19, No 4: August 2021
Publisher : Universitas Ahmad Dahlan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12928/telkomnika.v19i4.15949


After a major disaster, the present communication system fails in providing the services in the affected area. No means of communication proves to be more dangerous as the rescue and relief operations become more difficult. Our current research is about establishing a network in such a disaster-prone area, which would facilitate to communicate and carry out the rescue missions. This research project used Java to create a fire-chat application and used it with the smartphone android system. It used Bluetooth model HC-05 linked with Arduino UNO by the SPI interface to connect Arduino with the smartphone. The FR-model HCW69 connected with Arduino by using UART to transceiver the message. The microstrip antenna 915 MHz connected with the FR-model HCW69 to give us more distance. The maximum effective range of the transceiver was 1 kilometer, to communicate by forming a mesh network. This application is helpful in the case when the smartphone is out of service; it (smartphone) can be communicated connected to the other nearby users with a message.
Design compact microstrap patch antenna with T-shaped 5G application Ali Abdulateef Abdulbari; Mustafa Mohammed Jawad; H. O. Hanoosh; Murtaja Ali Saare; Saima Anwar Lashari; Sari Ali Sari; Sarosh Ahmad; Yaser Khalill; Yaqdhan Mahmood Hussain
Bulletin of Electrical Engineering and Informatics Vol 10, No 4: August 2021
Publisher : Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11591/eei.v10i4.2935


This paper is presents a microstrap patch with a T-shaped rectangular antenna workings; the T-shaped patch operating at 3.6 GHz resonating frequency range for 5G application (from 2.9 to 4.4 GHz) repectively. The overall size of the proposed antenna is 22×24×0.25 mm3; the feeding technique using a 50 Ω feed line to the antenna. The proposed antenna is printed on compact Rogers RT 588 lz substrate having permittivity (ɛr) 2.00, loss tangent (tan δ) 0.0021, with thikness 0.2 mm. The proposed antenna introducesmany advantages like small size, low profile, and simpler structure. The characteristics such as radiation pattern, reflection coefficient, gain, current distribution, and radiation efficiency are respectively presented and discussed, using CST microwave study in simulating and analysing. Introducing a slot with a rectangular T-shaped patch antenna achieved lower frequency with 98.474% radiation efficiency and peak gain of the proposed antenna at 2.52 dB. The fractional bandwidth is 42.81% (2.90 GHz to 4.48 GHz) with a resonant frequency of 3.6 GHz and return loss at 28.76 dB. This frequency band attributessuited 5 G mobile application.
Design and characterization substrate integrated waveguide antenna for WBANS application Mustafa Mohammed Jawad Abed; Nik Noordini Nik Abd Malik; Noor Asniza Murad; Mona Riza Mohd Esa; Mohd Riduan Ahmad; Ola Hussein Abed Al Radh; Ali Abdulateef Abdulbari; Yaqdhan Mahmood Hussein; Fahad Taha Al-Dhief
Bulletin of Electrical Engineering and Informatics Vol 11, No 3: June 2022
Publisher : Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11591/eei.v11i3.3492


Millimetre-wave frequencies are defined as one of the front-runner contenders for body-centric wireless communication. In this study, low-profile antenna with the substrate integrated waveguide (SIW) has been proposed that operate in the band of the millimetre-wave frequency that has been centred at 60 GHz. The proposed antenna has been implemented with the use of the FR4 substrate with εr and tangent loss of 4.3 and 0.025, respectively. The substrate height and size are 1.5875 mm and 20 mm x 20 mm, respectively. The performance of the antenna is evaluated in off-body (free space) and on-body (human voxel model), through simulation. The proposed antenna has an ultra-wideband (UWB) and a specific absorption rate the maximal (SAR) for (10 g) is 0.0344815 W/kg and for (1 g) is 0.0184723 W/kg. It achieves 74% and 63% efficiency in the off and on-body scenario, respectively. The small antenna with the exceptional matching of impedance, low SAR, broad bandwidth, and good efficiency, a good voltage standing wave ratio good (VSWR), and good front-to-back ratio (FBR). As a result, its characteristics make it one of the best potential candidates for the simultaneous transmission and reception of data at (mm-wave) band for WBAN applications.