Download Antennas. From theory to practice by Yi Huang PDF

By Yi Huang

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

Antennas: from idea to Practice discusses the fundamentals of contemporary antenna layout and concept. built in particular for engineers and architects who paintings with radio communications, radar and RF engineering, this ebook deals sensible and hands-on remedy of antenna thought and strategies, and offers its readers the talents to examine, layout and degree quite a few antennas.

Key features:

  • Provides thorough assurance at the fundamentals of transmission traces, radio waves and propagation, and antenna research and design
  • Discusses business general layout software program instruments, and antenna dimension gear, 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 realistic and concise demeanour via authors who're specialists in antenna layout, with adventure from either academia and industry

This e-book may be a useful source for engineers and architects operating in RF engineering, radar and radio communications, looking a complete and sensible advent to the fundamentals of antenna layout. The publication can be used as a textbook for complicated scholars coming into a career during this box

Show description

Read Online or Download Antennas. From theory to practice PDF

Best microwaves books

Introduction to SNG and ENG Microwave (Media Manuals)

A superb primer at the topic, this ebook provides starting pros in satellite tv for pc newsgathering an advent to the applied sciences and procedures concerned. it's going to additionally swimsuit reporters, editors and manufacturers wanting to appreciate this significant component of the newsgathering chain. Written for the full newbie, the booklet exhibits how normal transmission chains paintings and their communique with the studio.

Turbo-like Codes: Design for High Speed Decoding

This e-book introduces faster errors correcting inspiration in an easy language, together with a normal conception and the algorithms for deciphering turbo-like code. It provides a unified framework for the layout and research of faster codes and LDPC codes and their interpreting algorithms. a massive concentration is on excessive pace rapid deciphering, which pursuits functions with info premiums of numerous hundred million bits in step with moment (Mbps).

Microwave and Rf Design of Wireless Systems - Book

This booklet deals a quantitative and design-oriented presentation of the analog RF elements of contemporary instant telecommunications and knowledge transmission platforms from the antenna to the baseband point. It takes an built-in method of subject matters reminiscent of antennas and proagation, microwave structures and circuits and verbal exchange structures.

Handbook of Engineering Electromagnetics

Engineers should not have the time to battle through carefully theoretical books whilst attempting to remedy an issue. novices lack the services required to appreciate hugely really expert remedies of person subject matters. this can be in particular problematical for a box as large as electromagnetics, which propagates into many diversified engineering fields.

Additional info for Antennas. From theory to practice

Example text

Towards the source), this can be shown on the Smith Chart as the impedance point is moved on the | | (or VSWR) circle clockwise. When the reference point is moved towards the load, it means that the impedance point is moved on the | | circle anti-clockwise. The distance is normalized to the wavelength. The Smith Chart can also be shown in other forms, such as normalized admittance, which is often known as the Y Smith Chart. In this book we are mainly interested in using the impedance Smith Chart.

21) which is not a function of the frequency and is only determined by the transmission line itself–no dispersion. This is an important feature required for all transmission lines. 2 Low-Loss Transmission Lines In practice, most transmission lines cannot be considered lossless structures but, instead, are low-loss transmission lines. The definition of ‘low loss’ is R ωL , G ωC This seems to imply extremely high frequency. The reality is that both R and G are functions of frequency. Normally, the higher the frequency, the larger R and G.

Step 2: Move from point B1 to the center O. This can be achieved easily using a stub connected in parallel with the line, thus it is advantageous to work in admittances. 8318. This can be achieved by the following two designs: A. 0325λ; B. 2825λ. The stub length can also be obtained from the Smith Chart. Now let us examine the bandwidth of these two designs. 475 cm for Design B. We can use the input impedance formula: Z in (l) = Z 0 Z L + j Z 0 tan(βl) Z 0 + j Z L tan(βl) and the following two equations: = VSWR = Z L − Z0 Z L + Z0 1+| | 1−| | to obtain the VSWR as a function of the frequency.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.02 of 5 – based on 5 votes