Characteristic Modes: Theory and Applications in Antenna by Yikai Chen, Chao-Fu Wang

By Yikai Chen, Chao-Fu Wang

Describes the best way to systematically enforce quite a few attribute mode (CM) theories into designs of functional antenna systems

This ebook examines either theoretical advancements of attribute modes (CMs) and sensible advancements of CM-based methodologies for various serious antenna designs. The publication is split into six chapters. bankruptcy 1 offers an advent and discusses the hot advances of the CM concept and its functions in antenna engineering. bankruptcy 2 describes the formula of the attribute mode idea for completely electrically undertaking (PEC) our bodies and discusses its numerical implementations. bankruptcy three provides the CM thought for PEC constructions embedded in multilayered medium and its functions. bankruptcy four covers contemporary advances in CM idea for dielectric our bodies and likewise their functions. bankruptcy five discusses the CM conception for N-port networks and its purposes to the layout of antenna arrays. eventually, bankruptcy 6 discusses the layout of platform-integrated antenna platforms utilizing attribute modes.

This e-book positive aspects the following:

  • Introduces attribute mode theories for numerous electromagnetic buildings together with PEC our bodies, buildings in multilayered medium, dielectric our bodies, and N-port networks
  • Examines CM functions in electrically small antennas, microstrip patch antennas, dielectric resonator antennas, multiport antennas, antenna arrays, and platform fastened antenna systems
  • Discusses numerical algorithms for the implementation of the attribute mode theories in laptop code

Characteristic Modes: idea and purposes in Antenna Engineering will aid antenna researchers, engineers, and scholars locate new strategies for his or her antenna layout challenges. 

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