Antennae, an introduction to their theory

  • 265 Pages
  • 0.91 MB
  • English
The Clarendon Press , Oxford
Radio -- Ante
Statementby J. Aharoni.
LC ClassificationsTK6565.A6 A5
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 265, [1] p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6511622M
LC Control Number47002914

Chapter 1 Introduction Antennas have been around now for nearly years. In those years wireless communication has become increasingly important.

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6   • The slot antenna can be considered as a loaded version of the INF antenna. The load is a quarter-wavelength stub, i.e. a narrowband device. • When the feed point is moved to the short-circuited end of the slot (or INF) antenna, the impedance decreases.

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Contents Introduction to the Fourth Edition ix 1 Introduction to Radio Broadcasting and Communications 1 2 Radio-wave Propagation 5 3 Transmission Lines 59 4 The Smith Chart 95 5 Fundamentals of Radio Antennas 6 High-Frequency Dipole and Other Doublet Antennas 7 Vertically Polarized HF Antennas 8 Multiband and Tunable-Wire Antennas 9 Longwire Antenna arrays naturally constitute an essential part of a MIMO system.

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This introduction to antenna theory and design is suitable for senior undergraduate and graduate courses on the subject.

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