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Fundamentals of Electromagnetic Radiation
Dipoles Arrays and LongWire Antennas
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amplitude angle aperture efficiency aperture field approximate array factor assume attenuation axis beam width biconical antenna characteristic impedance circular waveguide component conductor constant corresponding coverage diagram cross-polarized current distribution curve density dielectric dipole antenna direction distance earth effective efficiency electric field equal equivalent evaluation excited expression feed Figure flux tube formulas free-space frequency function given by Eq H-plane half-wave dipole height Hence index of refraction input impedance integral equation ionosphere length lossy magnetic current magnetic field main lobe maximum Maxwell's equations microwave mode obtained paraboloidal paraboloidal reflector parameters phase polarization propagation radar radiated field radiated power radiation pattern radiation resistance radius ratio ray optics received power receiving antenna reflection coefficient resonant result scattering shown in Fig side lobes side-lobe level signal slot solution space spherical surface temperature transmission line vector potential voltage wavelength zero
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Nano- and Micro-Electromechanical Systems: Fundamentals of Nano- and ...
Sergey Edward Lyshevski
No preview available - 2005