Rudraishwarya Banerjee received a Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) and a Master of Technology (M.Tech) with specialization in Microwave and Wireless Engineering from the Department of Radio Physics and Electronics, University of Calcutta, India in 2013 and 2015 respectively. She has received GATE scholarship from AICTE, India during M.Tech. She is the University topper and gold medalist of University of Calcutta in 2015, and she has received the offer of DST INSPIRE fellowship from the Ministry of Science and Technology, India. She is currently pursuing the Ph.D. degree in a joint doctoral program with San Diego State University and the University of California at Irvine, CA, USA. She has received the University Graduate Fellowship of San Diego State University in 2020-2021 sessions. Her current research interest includes dual linear and dual circular polarized wideband multipurpose phased array antennas with heat sink properties where 5G silicon RFICs are employed for beamforming network.
Recently, I have been researching into the application of machine learning techniques such as K-means clustering, Support Vector MacMy research interest includes dual linear and dual circular polarized wideband phased array antennas with heat sink properties where 5G silicon RFICs are employed for beamforming network. I am interested in working on different types of wideband, high gain, dual linear and dual circular polarized multipurpose phased array antennas with wide scan range, and particularly concentrated on 3D metal printed antenna structures with heat sink properties. I am using High Frequency Structure Simulator (HFSS), Keysight Advanced Design System (ADS), AWR Microwave office, CST Microwave Studio, Ansys Icepack, Altium and Matlab softwares for my research. Antennas are measured for radiation pattern in San Diego State University’s Antenna and Microwave Lab (AML) in its far-field anechoic chamber (800 MHz- 40 GHz) and mini-compact antenna test range (M-CATR, 26.5 – 110 GHz), and thermal analysis is validated by infra red (IR) camera.
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