CAD of wire antennas and related radiating structures

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Research Studies Press, Nov 1, 1991 - Architecture - 324 pages
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Contents

ANALYSIS OF WIRE ANTENNAS
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ANALYSIS OF COATED ANTENNAS OF ARBITRARY CROSSSECTION
58
ANALYSIS OF NARROWSLOT ANTENNAS
79
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About the author (1991)

Zoya Popovic" received her B.Sc. from the University of Belgrade in 1985, and Ph.D. from Caltech in 1990. She has since been at the University of Colorado at Boulder. She is a coauthor of "Quasi-optical and Active Arrays for Spatial Power Combining" (Wiley, 1997), and holds several patents. She received the Eta Kappa Nu professor of the year award from her students. She won the IEEE MTT Microwave Prize, the NSF Presidential Faculty Fellow Award, the URSI Young Scientist Award, the International URSI Issak Koga Gold Medal, and the University of Colorado Margaret Willard Award. She took her first EM course from her father, "Branko D. Popovic," who received his degrees at the University of Belgrade, Serbia, Yugoslavia, where he has been a professor for the past four decades. He was a visiting professor at Virginia Tech (VPI), McGill University, and the University of Colorado, and delivered shortcourses around the world, including Chengdu University in China and the Telebras Institute in Brasil. He is the author of 3 monographs and 6 textbooks in English and Serbian, and was the recipient of the IEE James Clerk Maxwell Award, the IERE Heinrich Hertz Premium, and the Serbian Nikola Tesla Award, as well as numerous teaching excellence awards from his students. He is a Member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts and a Fellow of the IEE. "Together, the two authors of "Introductory Electromagnetics" have had over 50 years experience in teaching electromagnetic fields.

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