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By Warren L. Stutzman, Gary A. Thiele

ISBN-10: 0470576642

ISBN-13: 9780470576649

Stutzman's third version of Antenna idea and Design presents a extra pedagogical method with a better emphasis on computational equipment. New gains contain extra smooth fabric to make the textual content extra intriguing and correct to training engineers; new chapters on structures, low-profile parts and base station antennas; organizational alterations to enhance realizing; extra information to chose very important issues akin to microstrip antennas and arrays; and multiplied measurements topic.

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4 The Four Antenna Types 17 in the next example that begins with the open-circuited transmission line of Fig. 1-6a. The open-circuit termination presents large discontinuity that creates reflections which interact with the incident wave, producing a standing wave pattern with a zero current magnitude at the wire end and nulls every half wavelength from the end. The currents are in opposite directions on the transmission line wires, as indicated by arrows in Fig. 1-6a. In transmission lines, the conductors guide the waves and the power resides in the region surrounding the conductors as manifested by the electric and magnetic fields shown in Fig.

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