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Welcome to BVRITN

Centre for RF and Communications Lab

Centre for Advanced Communications Lab

Advanced Communication laboratory was setup as an initiation taken up by Department of Electronics and Communication, BVRITN in 2016. It is envisioned as an umbrella body, under the aegis of which all communication related activities of the Department will be coordinated. The main emphasis of the laboratory is to design and develop RF/antenna modules, radar signal processing, modulation schemes, parametric characterization of wireless modules, software defined radio applications, different wireless standards and work on research problems and innovative projects that extend the state of the art of wireless systems. The vision behind is to promote and encourage student activities, research projects and relevant courses related to this field.

Faculty Coordinator:Dr.B.R. Sanjeeva Reddy

Faculty Members:Mrs. Jayshree Das, Mr. Ramesh Deshpande, Mr. B. Naresh Kumar, Mr. R. Ashok Kumar

Antennas Development Setup

This setup mainly focuses on design and implementation of printed microstrip patch antennas including the operations of obtaining wide band, dual band, tri band, linear and circular polarization

S.No Major Hardware / Software Remarks
1 High frequency Laminates Used for Fabrication
2 Vector Network Analyzer Used for experimentation
3 RF Connectors Used for the feeding process

Antennas Development Setup

This setup mainly focuses on design and implementation of printed microstrip patch antennas including the operations of obtaining wide band, dual band, tri band, linear and circular polarization

S.No Software Infrastructure Hardware Infrastructure
1 IE3D Simulator High end CPU
2 ANSYS HFSS Simulator Dielectric Substrates
3 CST Microwave Studio RF Connectors, Coaxial Probes
4 MATLAB Tool box Drilling machine, Network analyzer
5 --- Anechoic Chamber facility

 

 

ACL 1                           ACL 2               ACL 3

Radar Signal processing Setup

Radar Signal processing setup deals with a High Resolution Radar (HRR) target detection system which is basically a pulse compression radar. HRR detection system is used for processing poly alphabetic signal at larger pulse compression ratio using phase coded pulse compression sequences. Using this system it is proposed to set up coincidence detection scheme to achieve effective point/distributed target detection.

S.No Software Infrastructure Hardware Infrastructure
1 MATLAB Tool Box Gunn Power Supply
2 FEKO Software Klystron Power Supply
3 --- Slotted Line Section
4 --- Open and Short Lines
5 --- Frequency Meters
5 --- MIPS Machine

 

 

ACL 4                              ACL 5                   ACL 6

Microwave Test bench Setup

The displayed microwave test bench setup brings out the demonstration of measuring different parameters such as VSWR, reflection coefficient, input power, output power, resonant frequency, guided wavelength, cut off wave length, input impedance, gain and beamwidth for X-band range os frequencies (8-12GHz).

S.No Software Infrastructure Hardware Infrastructure
1 MATLAB Tool Box High End CPU
2 Open Source Software Transmitting and receiving horn antennas
3 --- Code seeker Hardware

 

ACL 7                                                                ACL 8

Trainings Offered

IV Year

I Sem II Sem
Training on HFSS Simulator, Novel Fractal antenna designs Fabrication of antennas
Calibration process of VNA Conference paper preparation
Theory and practical importance of wearable antennas Seminar on Effective paper writing skills
Training and implementation process of RF inductors Reconfigurability methods
Evaluation of project contest, Mini project Documentation Major project documentation

III Year

I Sem II Sem
Frame work on communication systems Mini project tasks to be allotted
Methodologies and implementation techniques of OFDM system Matched filter designs of tracking radar
MATLAB Training sessions on Mini projects allotted Importance of Coupled inductors
Training on CST Tools Training on HFSS Simulator

II Year

I Sem II Sem
-- Basic Signal and Signal wave form characteristics
-- Basic learning on MATLAB 2014b
-- Basic learning on SIMULINK
-- IE3D Hands on training
-- 2D/3D operators using MATLAB & Simulink
-- Design examples using MATLAB & Simulink

PG Student Publications:

S.No Title of the paper Authors Conference with dates
1 Performance evolution of PAPAR reduction for OFDM system using interleaving combination M.Sharath Kumar, B.R.Sanjeeva Reddy Submitted to a UGC Journal
2 Development of slant high resolution software denied radar target detection system using LabVIEW/Simulink M.Prashant Kumar, B.R.Sanjeeva Reddy Submitted to a UGC Journal

Funding project:

Funding Agency Title of the Project Names of the Investigators Funding Amount Duration of project
SERB (India) Wearable Circular Polarized Antennas for Military Personal Applications P.I: Dr. B. R. Sanjeeva Reddy, JRF : Mr.A. Amulya Kumar Rs.44,89,610 3 years

ACL – Workshops

S.No Details of the Workshop Details of Resource Persons ( In-house/Industry) Time Duration Academic Year No. of Students Benefited
1 2 Days Training on Antenna Design Tools used in Communication Dr. B. R. Sanjeeva Reddy, Mr. Ramesh Deshpande --- 2019-20 --
2 Three Day Workshop on “Rf Simulators for Wireless Communication” Dr. I. A. Pasha, Dr. B. R. Sanjeeva Reddy, Mrs. Jayshree Das, Mr. Ramesh Deshpande, Mr. B. Naresh Kumar 10th Dec to 12th Dec 2019 2019-20 14
3 Three Day Training on 3D Software Simulation tools used in Communication Laboratory Dr. I. A. Pasha, Dr. B. R. Sanjeeva Reddy -- 2018-19 14
4 RF Simulators for Wireless Communication Dr. I. A. Pasha, Dr. B. R. Sanjeeva Reddy, Mrs. Jayshree Das, Mr. Ramesh Deshpande, Mr. B. Naresh Kumar 3rd Dec to 5th Dec 2018 2018-19 24
5 2 Days Training on 3D Software Simulation tools used in Communication Laboratory Dr. B. R. Sanjeeva Reddy --- 2017-18 13
6 Role of Antennas in Software Defined Radio and Military Wireless Applications Prof. NVSN.Sarma, Dr. D. Vakula 27th April – 02nd May 2017 2017-18 50

Contests/Hackthons Participated by Students

S.No Name of the contest Title of the project Name of the Student lead Academic Year
1 Smart India Hackathon Smart Set top box Mr. K. Raju 2017-18

Best Student Paper Contest 2019 – 2020

Sanjeeva Reddy, Vijay, Ramesh Deshpande First prize for Best paper competition award received in Indian conference on antennas & propagation (INCAP2019), Ahmedabad, India with a cash prize of Rs.7000
Vijay, IV yr ECE student awarded 3rd prize for SHAR (Satish Dhawan Space Centre)Birth Centenary celebrations at SVECW, Bhimavaram under research paper contest conducted from 21 – 24th Jan 2020.

Best Student Paper Contest 2018 – 2019

Mr.DS.Teja, Ms.Shirisha, Mr.Gowtham, Mr.Rohith, Dr.B.R.Sanjeeva Reddy, Dr.I.A.Pasha, received Best paper award for the paper titled "Tri band Rectangular Printed Microstrip antenna for 4G/LTE applications"

Student - Faculty Publications 2019-20

Rama sanjeev Reddy B, Vijay Akula, Ramesh Deshpande, “Bandwidth Enhancement Feature of Koch Fractal shaped patch Antenna for Tri-band Applications” presented in the 2nd Indian conference on Antennas & Propagation InCaP 2019 on 19 – 22 Dec 2019 at Ahemadabad.

Student - Faculty Publications 2018-19

Dr.B.R.Sanjeeva Reddy, Dr.I.A.Pasha, Mr.DS.Teja, Ms.Shirisha, Mr.Gowtham, Mr.Rohith, “Tri band Rectangular Printed Microstrip antenna for 4G/LTE applications” has received “Best Paper award” and published in Antenna Test &Measurement Society (ATMS India-18 ) pune, 6th and 7th Febraury-2018.
Mr.H.Sushank, Mr.H.Srujan, Mr.K.Sanju, Dr.B.R.Sanjeeva Reddy, “Parametric Analysis of Dual band reconfigurable antenna used for cognitive radio applications” published in RAPIDEET-2018, 2nd Annual National conference organizing by BVRIT, Narsapur during 20th and 21st April 2018.
Dr.B.R.Sanjeeva Reddy, Dr.I.A.Pasha, Mr.DS.Teja, Ms.Shirisha, Mr.Gowtham, Mr.Rohith, “Tri band Rectangular Printed Microstrip antenna for 4G/LTE applications” has received “Short Listed Best Student Project in UG Category” and published in IEEE - Indian conference on Antennas & Propagation InCaP 2019 on 16 – 19 Dec 2018 at Hyderabad.

Student - Faculty Publications 2017 - 18

B.R.Sanjeeva Reddy published a paper on Equivalent circuit modeling of Pentagon Slot Shaped Antenna Arrays in IEEE I2CT 2018, held at Pune from 7&8 Apr 2018
Praveenkumar,Shiva Krishna, Jayshree Das published a paper on Parametric analysis of dual band reconfigurable antenna for cognitive radio application during ICIIF 2018 Conference.
Nagesh Deevi's paper on Wide-band CLC On-Chip Band Pass Filter using passive components for Sub-THz frequency applications was Accepted for IEEE Discover 2018, Mangalore.

Student Projects 2019-20

S.No Roll Number Student Team Title of the Project Guide
1 16211A04B9 M Somnath Performance of S-shaped intake ducts for stealth technology Dr. B R Sanjeeva Reddy
2 16211A04M8, 16211A04P1 T Meghana, B Rajesh Multi-Band Rectangular Hybrid Antennas Loaded with Inter-Digital Structure Slot Dr. B R Sanjeeva Reddy
3 17215A0447, 16211A04N8, 16211A04J3, 16211A04K8,16211A04N5 A. Vijay, Y. Sai Sujith, S V N Varma, S Paul Abhishek,Veena Venu Design and Fabrication of KOCH Fractal Iterations based T-Patch Antenna For Low Giga Hertz Applications Mr. Ramesh Deshpande
4 16211A04N7, 16211A04L8, 16211A04P4 Y Sai Krishna, T Manideep, Varshith Goud Design and analysis a of Hexa-band Frequency Reconfigurable Monopole Antenna Mr. B Naresh Kumar
5 17215A0437, 17215A0445 K Sowmya, K Varsha Fabrication of High gain Wearable and Flexible Antenna for Wireless Applications Mr. R Ashok Kumar

Student Projects 2018-19

S.No Roll Number Student Team Title of the Project Guide
1 15211A04D9, 15211A04F2, 15211A04F3,16215A0426 N Suguna, P Preetham, P Karuna, J Subhash Application of OFDM for RADAR target Detection Dr. I. A. Pasha
2 15211A04D5, 16215A0434, 16215A0435, 16215A0436 A Haripriya, K Raju, Ch. Amulya, P. Samyuktha Design of Dual Band wearable Antenna for body Area Network Dr. B. R. Sanjeeva Reddy
3 16215A0420, 16215A0430, 16215A0409 A. Sneha, M. Deepika, P. Shilpa Design of Kotch fractal Antenna for GSM application Mrs. Jayshree Das
4 15211A04C7, 15211A04E5, 15211A04G7, 16215A0448 MD. S Hussain, N. Ashok, P. Srikanth, M. Manjunath Design of onchip Inductor for Sub-THz frequency Dr. D. Nagesh
5 15211A04P1, 15211A04P9, 16215A0407,16215A0431 V. Dileep Raj, Y. Sai Krishna, N. Sravanthi, K. Ravali Implementation of frequency Reconfiguration microstrip patch antenna for different wireless applications Mr. Ramesh Deshpande
6 15211A0409, 15211A04P3, 16215A0439, 16215A0440 Haricharan, Sravan, K. Aravind, S. Ravi Kumar Spiral Coupled Inductor using HFSS Tool Mr. R. Ashok Kumar
7 15211A04C3, 15211A04D8 M. Swetha, N. Saloomi A novel small size CPW-fed circular polarized antenna Mr. R. Ashok Kumar

Student Projects 2017-18

S.No Roll Number Student Team Title of the Project Guide
1 14211A0464, 14211A0465, 14211A04B2, 14211A04B6 T. Rohith, S. Sai Shirisha, V. Gowtham, Ch. Durga Sai Teja Koch Fractal antenna for dual band applications Dr. I. A. Pasha
2 14211A04E4, 14211A04F9, 14211A04G8 S. Srujan, K. Sanju, H. Sushank Design and Testing of dual band Reconfigurable Antenna for cognitive Radio Applications Dr. B. R. Sanjeeva Reddy
3 14211A04E6, 15215A0434 R. Shivakrishna, K. Praveen Compact square reconfigurable antenna with switchable single or Triband functions Mrs. Jayshree Das
4 14211A04F6, 14211A04G3, 15215A0430 P. Prasad, A. Sairam, M. Dharmakiran Dual band CP microstrip patch antenna used for GPS application Mr. Ramesh Deshpande

 

Projects / Prototypes

ACL 9                                                              ACL 10  ACL 11                                                                       ACL 12

 

Certifications done by Students

S.No Platform Name of the Course No. of students certified (2018-22 Batch)
1 Coursera AI for everybody 10
2 Coursera Android studio app design 1
3 Coursera Basic Radio awareness (Radio Academy) 2
4 Coursera Computer Science: Programming with purpose 1
5 Coursera Cyber security awareness and Innovation 3
6 Coursera Cyber security roles 3
7 Coursera Design thinking for innovation 2
8 Coursera Finanatial market 1
9 Coursera Fundamentals of Marketting 1
10 Coursera IBM for Data science 1
11 Coursera Introduction to AI 4
12 Coursera Introduction Cyber security rules and attacks 1
13 Coursera Introduction ethereum defismart contract security and exploits 3
14 Coursera Introduction to electronics 4
15 Coursera Introduction to IoT and Embedded system 1
16 Coursera Introduction to programming with MATLAB 2
17 Coursera Introduction to satellite communication 19
18 Coursera Introduction to the Internet of Things and Embedded Systems 6
19 Coursera Introduction to the Internet of Things and Embedded Systems 1
20 Coursera Material sciences and informatics 1
21 Coursera Programming for everybody(getting started with phyton) 10
22 Coursera Python data structures 2
23 Coursera Python for data science (IBM Data science) 1
24 Coursera Python for data science (Upgrade) 1
25 Coursera Python for data structures 1
26 Coursera Smart device and mobile emerging technologies (5G) 1
27 Coursera The Science of Well being 1
28 Coursera Web application security testing with burp suit 1
29 Coursera wireless communication for everybody 17
30 Edx Web programming with python & Java script 1
31 Edx Adaptive leadership in management 1
32 Google Fundamentals of digital Marketing 2
33 Google Google Analytics 1
34 Google Google crash course on python 1
35 Math Works Simulink on Ramp 1
36 Math Works Matlab on Ramp 1
37 NASSCOM Introduction to IoT Simplilearn 1
38 Skillup online NASSCOMM Foundation of AI 3
39 Simplilearn Introduction to cyber security 1
40 UDEMY Python for zero to master 1

VISHNU SPACE ENGINEERING LABORATORY

Establishment:
Sri Vishnu Educational Society (SVES) and Space Private Limited, Hyderabad signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on November 18, 2019 to explore opportunities for academic exchange and collaboration between both parties supporting the establishment of Vishnu Space Engineering Laboratory in Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, B V Raju Institute of Technology, Narsapur Campus, Medak, India
MOU was signed by Dr. K. Lakshmiprasad, Principal, BVRITN and Mr.Sanjay Nekkanti, Dhruva space private limited, Hyderabad in presence of Sri K. V. Vishnu Raju, Chairman, SVES & Sri Ravichandran Rajagopal, Vice chairman, SVES and the agreement signaled the start of a new phase of collaboration to strengthen experiential learning model for student projects and more meaningful with the involvement of faculty and students of SVES.
Training sessions carried by experts of Dhruva space would give a context and platform for more holistic understanding of the issues and challenges taken up under Vishnu space operation centre.

 MOU Exchange

 

Fig1: Exchange of MOU between SVES and Dhruva Space Private Limited

 

Partnership goals:
1.Student and faculty must hold a HAM grade license
2.Establish the ground station infrastructure as initial phase and enable broad understanding of training activities which further show impact on opportunities to the students
3.Built ground station can track the amateur satellites orbiting in lower earth orbit and to establish a communication link with the satellites.
4.To track the satellite, the ground station has to calculate and predict the pass of the satellite over the ground station and the calculations of the satellite’s position which can be based on known orbit parameter such as Two Line Element (TLE).

Current status:

As part of initial phase, BVRIT in coordination with Dhruva space private limited will setup a complete Space Operations Centre (SOC) at Narsapur Campus. This SOC is essential for any satellite mission and it shall be capable of receiving, processing and displaying data from existing satellites. It shall include hardware including transceivers, antennas, workstations with data walls and associated hardware. The hardware shall be augmented with a Mission Control and Operations software that can be used as-is or modifiable with add-ons to suit future mission requirements.

         Transmitter fixed with Drone for coverage testing                                                         Pattern values displayed for a radius of 2.5KM

Fig2: (a) Transmitter fixed with Drone for coverage testing (b) Pattern values displayed (for a radius of 2.5KM)

The SOC shall enable to faculty and students learn the fundamentals of Ground operations and in extension, design of Space communication systems. It is effectively a practical RF equipment laboratory.

  • Amateur Radio and familiarization with Radio Equipment
  • Satellite orbits and geometry
  • Communication Link Budget design & Analysis
  • Space Mission simulation
  •    Radio Equipment Design and Experimentation  
  • Collaborate with academic Universities and R&D Organizations in Space Engineering
The Students are expected to work in close association with Dhruva Space and National Institute of Amateur Radio (NIAR).

               Antenna Erection structure implanted on top of the Laboratory 438MHz

Fig3: Antenna Erection structure implanted on top of the Laboratory (438MHz)

Setting up of Anechoic Chamber Facility:
Department of ECE with the grant in aid from AICTE funding agency under MODROBS scheme is going to setup a fully shielded RF anechoic chamber facility which expands the testing and measurement capabilities by providing means of analyzing radiating elements where near field test facility characteristics are analyzed. Chamber is supported with shielded personnel doors, shielded sliding high bay that allows easy entry and exit of large mockups. Pyramidal absorbers covering the wall and door surfaces absorb electromagnetic energy, thereby allowing a anechoic chamber to simulate a space environment.
Chamber with a size of 6x3x3 m3 has the capability of accommodating the Radio Frequency waves to bring all testing from range of 100MHz to 40GHz indoors. This test facility benefits the testing of different modules such as RF antennas, RF filters and RF amplifiers.

 Anechoic Chamber Facility 100MHz 40GHz for indoor testing

 

Fig4: Anechoic Chamber Facility (100MHz-40GHz) for indoor testing

Scope of the Laboratory:
Every satellite carries a payload that performs the intended function to achieve the mission goal and main bus that supports the payload function. Development of payloads comprises of detectors, electronics and associated algorithms, which can be an experimental piggy backload for small or operational satellite projects.

Interactions with Research Laboratories/Units:
Human space mission requires innovations and creative technologies for space explorations which will lead to widening of scientific knowledge, economic growth, value addition to the quality of life of a common man and thus national development.
There is a need to establish long term research as well plan for necessary facilities with strong infrastructure supporting the experimental applications. The opportunity of interactions with ISRO and DRDO research laboratories will enable the faculty researchers of SVES institutions to harness their expertise and capabilities towards development of technologies for space exploration.

National/International research proposals are prepared and submitted to the ISRO and DRDO research units for developing affordable and indigenous cutting edge technological solutions in the areas of low earth orbits and beyond for space exploration. As part of initiation, following are the list of technology development areas covered-

  • Advanced Materials
  • Human robotic interfaces
  • Thermal protection systems
  • Environmental control and life support systems
  • Space Food and related technologies
  • Radiation Hazards Characterization and Mitigation Techniques

Benefits to students and faculty:
1.Infrastructure setup for Vishnu space operation centre at BVRITN would maximize benefit to the students and faculty of SVES
2.Attract more industries for placement to the students and inspire faculty to orient with research work by getting research grants, publishing papers and patent claiming.
3.Intellectual exchange between the trainers of Dhruva space and faculty of SVES.

Course Content Development:
1.Impact of new course model can be introduced as part of professional elective in prefinal year semester.
2.Need of core faculty team of SVES to be trained need to be decided with mutual discussions of Dhruva space private Limited.
3.Facilities to be provided for the purpose of functional testing, critical testing and evaluation.

HAM Lab

HAM LAB was inaugurated by Mr. Ram Mohan, Director NIAR(National Institute of Amateur Radio), Hyderabad at Vishnu innovation labs, Department of ECE, BVRIT, Narsapur on 28thJune 2018 in the presence of Dr. I. A. Pasha, HOD, Dept of ECE, HOD’s of various departments and Dean’s, faculty and students of BVRIT.

Students have demonstrated the projects based on HAM technology. Some of the projects presented by students include satellite tracking, Fox hunting, Antenna Designing and Software Defined Radio. The guest of honor Sri.Rammohan, motivated the students to enrich their knowledge in communication technology by using amateur radio which will work under any circumstances.

The introduction of TOM made the students enthusiastic. Because of his achievements in HAM, he got a page in the 9th class academic textbook. We proudly felicitated both of the NIAR members.

ABOUT HAM:

Amateur Radio is a popular hobby and service that brings people electronics and communication together. People use HAM Radio to talk across the town, around the world or even into space. The persons who want to become HAM they have to write HAM examination and get license from Ministry of communications and Information Technology.
Amateur Radio operators in their free time use their radio stations and conduct two-way communication and exchange cultural, personal, technical information with other amateurs not only within India but all over the world. The two-way communications using Radio transmitters, receivers, antennae can be either through Voice, Morse Code, Digital (Video & Data) or through Satellites. HF radios hams can talk to other hams in literally any part of the globe.

OBJECTIVE of HAM LAB

HAM LAB is the electronics and communication laboratory where the student can work on basic electronics circuits like transmitters and receivers, Antennas development, Satellite communication and signal, image processing etc by using HAM kits.

WORKSHOPS:

LIVE SATELLITE TRACKING USING HAM: 12th Dec,2017
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, has conducted an awareness program on HAM Radio and workshop on Live Satellite Tracking Using HAM with the help of National Institute of Amateur Radio(NIAR). Mr. Rammohan, Director NIAR is the chief guest for this awareness program.
LIVE STELLITE TRACKING program started with 46 students. The students are divided into 6 groups. NOVA 19 is the one of the American weather satellite which is passing through our country on same day at 2:47 PM. The student groups are distributed with Ham kits and Antennas. Satellite sent the frequency in the form of audio. This audio captured in mobiles and converted into weather image by using Wxtoimg software. The satellite tracked totally for 10 mins.

AWARENESS PROGRAMS:

NIAR conducted awareness program in BVRIT, Narsapur on 26th Feb,2016. I,II,III,IV year students of ECE participated in the awareness program. Mr.Rammohan garu vice chairman NIAR is the chief guest for this program.
Students are got motivation by the activities of NIAR during disasters. Electronics and communication technology improvement through HAM is explained during the program. Total 85 students are participated.

NIAR VISITS:

II year and III year students of ECE, BVRITN are visited NIAR on 29th Dec 2016 along with their class teachers. NIAR team explained about HAM activities and Technology behind HAM with some practical experiments.
Students learned the Radio transmitters and receivers and Played FOX HUNTING Game by using HAM transmitters and Receivers. Total 54 students are participated.

HAM EXAMINATION at BVRIT:

Government of India Ministry of communications and Information Technology with the help of NIAR conducted a HAM examination at our college on 22nd February, 2017. Total 34 UG students from our college are appeared for this exam.
Twenty students are cleared this exam and they applied for License, four members got licenses and students purchased HAM kits.

PROJECTS

1. SATELLITE TRACKING:
Students can track the satellites like Nova, this is a weather satellite which are moving around our country. By using HAM kit student can listen and save the satellite sound at a particular time.
Highlights of this Project:
Here the student can learn about different satellites.
They can learn about audio to image conversion algorithms.(Audio processing and image processing)
2. HAM RADIO COMMUNICATION SYSTEM DESIGN:
Student can able Design the HAM communication system in three modes.
UHF- Ultra high frequency HAM radio
VHF- Very high frequency HAM radio
HF - High frequency HAM radio
Highlights of this Project:
Here the student can learn about Transmitter and Receiver designs.
student can learn about All Frequency and Amplitude modulations.
3.ANTENNA DESIGNING:
In this projects students are Design the various types of antennas. Example Yagi antenna. By using these antennas students are able to increase decrease the range of the HAM radios. Many antennas have been invented simply by necessity.
The heart of the system of Amateur Radio is the antenna. There are many other misinformed persons stating that power is the ultimate force. Not So ! The heart of any radio station, be it Amateur Radio, Commercial, Business, CB, Personal Family Radio, or experimenters in extremely low power amateur radio ( QRP as it is called ) transmissions IS the antenna! Without good reception, you won't hear much. Without good antennas for transmitting, you won't transmit far, even if you apply high output RF power, or if high output watts are used ! Height, length, feedline, balun, insulators, type wire used, or type metal used, what do you want to do with this antenna, how many bands do you want it to perform its work is also important in antenna design.