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By Yi Huang

Practical, concise and whole reference for the fundamentals of recent antenna design

Antennas: from idea to Practice discusses the fundamentals of contemporary antenna layout and thought. built particularly for engineers and architects who paintings with radio communications, radar and RF engineering, this ebook deals sensible and hands-on remedy of antenna conception and strategies, and gives its readers the abilities to examine, layout and degree a number of antennas.

Key features:

  • Provides thorough assurance at the fundamentals of transmission traces, radio waves and propagation, and antenna research and design
  • Discusses business ordinary layout software program instruments, and antenna size apparatus, amenities and techniques
  • Covers electrically small antennas, cellular antennas, UWB antennas and new fabrics for antennas
  • Also discusses reconfigurable antennas, RFID antennas, Wide-band and multi-band antennas, radar antennas, and MIMO antennas
  • Design examples of assorted antennas are provided
  • Written in a pragmatic and concise demeanour by means of authors who're specialists in antenna layout, with adventure from either academia and industry

This publication could be a useful source for engineers and architects operating in RF engineering, radar and radio communications, looking a complete and useful advent to the fundamentals of antenna layout. The publication is additionally used as a textbook for complex scholars coming into a career during this box

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04, 80). Now let us see if there are other possible solutions. 9). In addition, we can also use T and π networks to match the load with the transmission line and the bandwidth can be controlled. Circuit Concepts and Transmission Lines 47 It is apparent that, for a given load impedance, there is more than one matching network available. 9) and values of the elements. 2 Distributed Matching Networks Distributed matching networks can be formed by a quarter-wavelength transmission line, an open-circuit transmission line, a short-circuit transmission line or their combinations.

The inverses of the impedance, resistance and reactance are called the admittance (Y ), conductance (G) and susceptance (B), respectively. Their unit is the Siemens (S) and it is 1 Ohm. r Power P is defined as the amount of work done by an electrical current, or the rate at which electrical energy is transmitted/consumed. The SI unit of power is the Watt (W). When an electric current flows through a device with resistance, the device converts the power into various forms, such as light (light bulbs), heat (electric cooker), motion (electric razor), sound (loudspeaker) or radiation for an antenna.

Its unit is the ohm ( ). It is a function of the frequency and parameters of the line. The industrial standard transmission line normally has a characteristic impedance of 50 or 75 when the loss can be neglected (R ≈ 0 and G ≈ 0). 13) where α is called the attenuation constant (in Nepers/meter, or Np/m) and β is called the phase √ constant. Because γ = (R + jωL)(G + jωC), we can find that mathematically: α= 1 2 1 β= 2 1/2 (R 2 + ω2 L 2 )(G 2 + ω2 C 2 ) + (RG − ω2 LC) 1/2 (R 2 + ω2 L 2 )(G 2 + ω2 C 2 ) − (RG − ω LC) 2 They are functions of frequency as well as the parameters of the transmission line.

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