Antenna theory and design : by Warren L. Stutzman and Gary by Warren L. Stutzman

By Warren L. Stutzman

This creation to antenna conception and layout is acceptable for senior undergraduate and graduate classes at the topic. Its emphasis on either ideas and layout makes it ideal either as a faculty textual content and as a connection with the practising engineer. ultimate 3 chapters on computational electromagnetics for antennas are compatible for graduate paintings. Stutzman presents extra of a pedagogical method than its opponents, putting a better emphasis on a concise simply comprehensible presentation of basics and functions in addition to computational tools. This 3rd variation has been thoroughly revised. New subject matters were extra on antennas for private and cellular communications and base station antennas. insurance of platforms purposes of antennas, arrays, microstrip and low-profile antennas, and antenna measurements has been up to date and increased, together with extra examples utilized to fashionable purposes.

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Then ψ¼ eÀjβR 4πR ð2-59Þ The point source serves as a starting point for the ideal dipole antenna solution, which is discussed in the next section. For an arbitrary z-directed current density, the vector potential is also z-directed. If we consider the source to be a collection of point sources weighted by the distribution Jz, the response Az is a sum of the point source responses of (2-59). This is expressed by the integral over the source volume υ 0 : ZZZ μJz Az ¼ υ0 eÀjβR 0 dυ 4πR ð2-60Þ Similar equations hold for the x- and y-components.

Substituting r for R in (2-64) and integrating gives z P R r y Δz I Figure 2-3 The ideal dipole. The current I is uniform, Δz { l, and R % r. x 6 The result in (2-64) could also be obtained by representing the current density on the dipole as J ¼ I δðx0 Þ δðy0 Þ^z for À Δz Δz , z0 , 2 2 Substituting this into (2-61) yields Z A ¼ ^zμI N ÀN δðx0 Þdx0 Z N ÀN δðy0 Þ dy0 Z from which (2-64) follows. 3 A¼ The Ideal Dipole μIeÀjβr Δz ^z 4πr 33 ð2-65Þ This is exactly true for a point current element and is approximately true for a small (Δz ( l and Δz ( R) but finite uniform current element.

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