Connectivity has always been a significant component in humanity’s development. It has shaped human history for millennia, and the future is about to be imagined. Generations of wireless communications have been born out of the need for perfection and speed. Every advancement in communication technology accelerates the electronic sector by a few decades. 4G has quickly become the de facto standard within a few years after its introduction. Furthermore, the need for a fifth-generation communication network is becoming increasingly apparent. We construct and simulate a micro strip patch antenna that can be used in a variety of applications in this research. The antenna operates in the 9 GHz frequency range. The substrate material employed was Duroid, which has a relative permittivity of 2.2. In addition, the antenna’s return loss, or VSWR, has been calculated for the system. The collected results are checked to ensure that they meet the requirements and are discussed in relation to a variety of applications. Based on the Return Loss and VSWR, the experimental results demonstrate the best performance.