## Antenna Theory and DesignStutzman'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 |

Parabolic Reflector Antenna Simulation Packages | 796 |

Appendix H Book List | 797 |

Introduction | 797 |

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