Back cover copy An accessible and practical tool for effective antenna design Due to the rapid development of wireless communications, the modeling of radiation and scattering is becoming more important in the design of antennas. Consequently, it is increasingly important for antenna designers and students of antenna design to have a comprehensive simulation tool. After providing the basic background in electromagnetic theory necessary to utilize the software, the author describes the benefits and many practical uses of the Matlab package. Specialized antenna types like fractal antennas and frequency selective surfaces are considered as well.

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Antenna Theory! Method of Analysis and Impedance Matrix i5 1. Wirc and patch antennas I 1. Introduction 11 2. Induced Electric Current of a Bowtie Antenna i 28 2. Using the matla Ce ampler 2. Radiated Field at a point! Introduction 57 4. Receiving antenna Friis Transmission Formula i 81 4. Directivity Control 6. Bowtie Radiated Power and gain 66 7. Sierpinski Fractals Impedance, Power, and Gain, 7. Accuracy of the Dielectric Model The full-wave solution is given by the method of moments.

Thc antenna structures range from simple dipoles to patch anten mas and patch antenna arrays. Some special antenna types, such as fractal antennas are considered as well The antenna theory presented serves onl ly as necessary background. The impedance matrix itself is created in this text using rao-Wilton-Glisson RWG basis functions, the electric field integral equation, and the feeding edge model Another vcry inviting property of Matlab is the wide variety of two-and hree-dimensional visualization tools.

These tools make antenna analysis an exciting journey. Matlab b Release 12 also has built-in mesh generators that allow one to create complicated antenna structures in a simple and observ able wav For course use. Some of the chapters can be omitted without loss of continuity I would like to acknowledge the suggestions and constructive criticism of thie reviewers for this book.

I am grateful to the staff of John Wiley sons, Inc for the interest and support in the publication of this text. Matlab 1. Antenna Theory Matlab codes 1. Method of Analysis and Impedance Matrix 1. Matlab Loops and Antenna optimization 1. Speed and Maximum Size of the Impedance Matrix 1. Outline of chapters References The emphasis here is on quasi-statics and microwaves, but not on the antenr a analysis.

The complete Femlab em module is also ratier expensive This text explains how to use the standard matlab package in order to simulate radiationi and scattering uf basit RF andi wireless communica- tion antennas and microwave structu: cs. First, while the book does present Matlab code, it is not a programming man ual.

These parameters Include Surface current distribution Input impedance and return loss Antenna ncar ficld Antenna far field Radiation intensity and radiation density Radar cross sectior Directivity pattern, gain and beamwidth Antenna transter unction and antenna-tc-anlenne link Time domain antenna characteristics Many chapters are further organized in such a way as to directly support the Balanis text.


Antenna and EM Modeling with Matlab by Sergey N. Makarov (2002, Hardcover)



Antenna and EM Modeling with Matlab by Sergey Makarov


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