Near-field radiation properties of simple linear antennas with applications to radiofrequency hazards and broadcasting
Richard A. Tell, United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Electromagnetic Radiation Analysis Branch
Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Radiation Programs, Electromagnetic Radiation Analysis Branch, 1978 - Antennas (Electronics) - 39 pages
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100 DISTANCE 12 bay dipole analytical ANSI ANTENNA ARRAY OPERATING ARRAY METERS axis BAY DIPOLE ANTENNA bay dipole array BAY Figure Broadcast Radiation broadcast stations CENTER OF RADIATION computed DIFFERENT LENGTHS dipole antenna array dipole radiating DIPOLES OF DIFFERENT DISTANCE FOR DIPOLES DISTANCE FROM ARRAY electric and magnetic electric field strength feed point field gain reduction field measurements FIELD PATTERN Figure 22 Figure 9 FM antenna FM broadcast arrays gain compression grating lobe half length half-wave dipole intrinsic impedance lX BAY SPACING magnetic field strength MHz WITH lX monopole antennas NEAR-FIELD GAIN REDUCTION Nonionizing Radiation NTIS Order Office of Radiation OPERATING AT 100 PHASE POWER DIVISION power density radiating structures Radiation Programs RELATIVE ELECTRIC FIELD relative field RF and MW sensing probe short dipoles significant SPACING AND UNIFORM Tell transmitting antenna transmitting dipole transverter tuned dipole vertical radiation pattern vertically stacked VHF and UHF watt meter wave impedance