Compact High Gain Multi-frequency Microstrip Antenna
D. Mondal1, S. Maity2, R. Bera3, S.Kumar4, A. Ghosh5, M. Mitra6

1Dipak Mondal, Electronics & Communication Engineering Department, Bengal Engineering & Science University, Shibpur, INDIA.
2Somnath Maity, Electronics & Communication Engineering Department, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, INDIA.
3Rabindranath Bera, Electronics & Communication Engineering Department, Sikkim manipal University, Sikkim, INDIA.
4Suman Kumar ,Electronics & Communication Engineering Department, Future institute of Engineering and management, Kolkata, INDIA.
5Arkaprabha Ghosh, Electronics & Communication Engineering Department , Future institute of Engineering and management, Kolkata, INDIA.
6Monojit Mitra, Electronics & Communication Engineering Department , Bengal Engineering & Science University, Shibpur, INDIA.
Manuscript received on January 01, 2013. | Revised Manuscript received on January 02, 2013. | Manuscript published on January 05, 2013. | PP: 367-371 | Volume-2, Issue-6, January 2013.
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Abstract: — This paper addresses the development efforts towards realization of radar based Smart vehicle. Commercial Vehicles with multiple radars has the limitation of more false detection as the detection technology is based on ‘ Skin’ mode of radar[1] operation and the radar receives its transmitted energy after reflection from the body of the target vehicles. The ‘Transponder’ mode of radar operation will definitely improve the false detection leading to CAWAS system (Collision Avoidance and Warning System)[2][3]. The Vehicles will be the ‘friends’ to each other by integrating the local radar mounted on each vehicle with Vehicular Communication. Furthermore, IHCS makes use of facilities to carry out traffic control and transmits the information to drivers and concerned departments, and implements traffic management measures, such as vehicle count, vehicle speed, vehicle range, speed control and so on. 
Keywords: Intelligent Highway Control system (IHCS), radar, RADCOM, DAR (Digital Array Radar), STAP (Space Time Adaptive Processing), collision, LFM, OFDM, CFAR .