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IIT Kanpur researchers develop 5G antenna

The researchers said the 5G technology will boost the dream of next generation of driverless car and faster loading of any data or HD movie. Besides, the new technology will enable a surgeon to conduct surgery of the patients from a very distant place effectively.

lucknow Updated: Jan 15, 2018 14:10 IST
HT Correspondent
According to the three researchers, the 5G wireless network required high data transfer rate which was possible by installing several small and powerful antennas with several devices in a smaller place.
According to the three researchers, the 5G wireless network required high data transfer rate which was possible by installing several small and powerful antennas with several devices in a smaller place.(HT File Photo)

Three research scholars at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT-K) have developed a high tech antenna for 5G communication system.

The researchers -- Yashika Sharma, Deep Sarkar and K Saurabh -- were working on the project under professor Kumar Vaibhav Srivastava of electrical engineering department. Yashika had presented her research paper at an international seminar held on Modern Antenna Innovation at the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers in Bangaluru in December 2017 and it was approved for its viability in transmitting messages under 5G technology.

According to the three researchers, the 5G wireless network required high data transfer rate which was possible by installing several small and powerful antennas with several devices in a smaller place.

They said the 5G technology will boost the dream of next generation of driverless car and faster loading of any data or HD movie. Besides, the new technology will enable a surgeon to conduct surgery of the patients from a very distant place effectively.

Web pages could be boosted in milli-seconds through the advent of the 5-G technology, the researchers said.

Yashika Sharma, who has developed ultra wide band using the multiple input and multiple output technique, said she had succeeded in developing a wide band high gain antenna which could transmit Low Cross Polar level. To increase the data rate, the system of multiple input and multiple output technology would be used, she added.

Deep Sarkar said he had developed a Compact antenna which would be useful for communicating through 5-G handsets. According to the researchers, the 5-G wireless network required high data transfer rate which was possible by installing several small and powerful antennas with several devices in a smaller place.