Antenna Theory and Design

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John Wiley & Sons, May 22, 2012 - Technology & Engineering - 822 pages
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Stutzman's 3rd edition of Antenna Theory and Design provides a more pedagogical approach with a greater emphasis on computational methods. New features include additional modern material to make the text more exciting and relevant to practicing engineers; new chapters on systems, low-profile elements and base station antennas; organizational changes to improve understanding; more details to selected important topics such as microstrip antennas and arrays; and expanded measurements topic.

  

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Contents

of Electromagnetic Waves
1
Antenna Fundamentals 23
23
Simple Radiating Systems 70
70
System Applications for Antennas 100
100
Line Sources 128
128
Wire Antennas 151
151
Broadband Antennas 218
218
Array Antennas 271
271
Coordinate Systems and Vectors
785
Vector Identities
786
Vector Differential Operators
787
Trigonometric Relations
789
Appendix E Hyperbolic Relations
791
Appendix F Mathematical Relations
793
Some Useful Integrals
794
Appendix G Computing Tools for Antennas
795

Aperture Antennas 344
344
Problems 427
427
Antenna Synthesis 433
433
LowProfile Antennas and Personal Communication Antennas 465
465
Terminal and Base Station Antennas for Wireless Applications 536
536
Antenna Measurements 559
559
The Method of Moments 587
587
Finite Difference Time Domain Method 652
652
HighFrequency Methods 700
700
Appendix A Frequency Bands
781
Appendix B Material Data and Constants
783
Permittivity of Free Space
784

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Stutzman-Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State Univ., Blacksburg, Virginia

Thiele-Univ., of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio

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