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Title Microstrip antennas modeling for recent applications / Amel Boufrioua.
Imprint Hauppauge, New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., [2016]

Series Electronics and telecommunications research
Subject Microstrip antennas -- Mathematical models.
Alt Name Boufrioua, Amel,
Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Contents MICROSTRIP ANTENNAS MODELING FOR RECENT APPLICATIONS; MICROSTRIP ANTENNAS MODELING FOR RECENT APPLICATIONS; Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data; CONTENTS; PREFACE; Chapter 1: GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF MICROSTRIP PATCH ANTENNAS; ABSTRACT; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. METHODS OF ANALYSIS; 2.1. Analytical Methods; 2.2. Full-Wave Analysis; 3. PATCH ANTENNA DESCRIPTION; 4. EFFECT OF VARIOUS PARAMETERS; 4.1. Effect of the Radiating Patch Geometry; 4.2. Effect of the Substrate Thickness and Its Dielectric Constant; 4.3. Choice of Dielectric Constant Materials
4.4. Effect of the Ground Plane Dimensions5. FEEDING METHODS; 5.1. Single Layer Open Type of Feed Systems; 5.2. Double Layered Closed Type of Feed Systems; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; Chapter 2: ANALYSIS OF PATCH ANTENNA BY ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES; ABSTRACT; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. MICROSTRIP RADIATORS; 3. THE CURRENT SOURCES; 4. ANALYSIS OF THE STRUCTURE BY THE CAVITY MODEL; 5. RECTANGULAR PATCH ANTENNA; 5.1. Solution for Cavity Fields; 5.2. Radiation Field; 6. CIRCULAR PATCH ANTENNA; 6.1. Simple Cavity Model; 6.1.1. Far Fields; 6.1.2. Resonance Frequency; 6.1.3. Input Impedance
6.2. The Cavity Model with Feed Source6.2.1. Far Fields; 6.2.2. Input Impedance; 6.2.3. Far-Fields According to the Displacement of the ExcitationSource; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; Chapter 3: ANALYSIS OF PATCH ANTENNA BY FULL WAVE METHOD; ABSTRACT; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. RECTANGULAR AND CIRCULAR PATCH GEOMETRIES; 3. ANISOTROPIC SUBSTRATE; 4. VECTOR TRANSFORMS; 4.1. Vector Fourier Transform; 4.2. Vector Hankel Transform; 5. CALCULATION OF THE MATRICES ASSOCIATED WITH THE DIELECTRIC LAYERS AND THE SPECTRALDYADIC GREEN'S FUNCTION; 6. ELECTRIC FIELD INTEGRAL EQUATION (EFIE); 6.1. Rectangular Case
6.2. Circular Case7. CALCULATION OF THE MATRIX Z; 7.1. Rectangular Case; 7.2. Circular Case; 8. ANTENNA CHARACTERISTICS; 8.1. Resonance Frequency, Quality Factor and Bandwidth; 8.2. Directivity, Radiation Pattern and Radar Cross Section; 8.2.1. Directivity and Radiation Pattern; 8.2.2. Radar Cross Section (RCS); CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; Chapter 4: FULL WAVE ANALYSIS USING VARIOUS CURRENTS AND THEIR ASYMPTOTIC BASIS FUNCTIONS; ABSTRACT; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. CHOICE OF CURRENT MODE; 3. EXACT FORMS OF THE CURRENTS; 4. ASYMPTOTIC FORMS OF THE CURRENTS; 5. RECTANGULAR CASE
5.1. Sinusoid Basis Function without Edge Condition5.2. Sinusoid Basis Function with Edge Condition; 5.3. Chebyshev Polynomials with Edge Condition; 5.4. Roof Top Sub-Domain Basis Functions; 6. CIRCULAR CASE; 6.1. TM and TE Modes of Cylindrical Cavities with MagneticSide Walls; 6.2. Closed-Form Hankel Transforms Involving ChebyshevPolynomials and Edge Condition; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; Chapter 5: RESISTIVE PATCH ANTENNA ON ISOTROPIC AND UNIAXIAL ANISOTROPIC SUBSTRATE; ABSTRACT; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. THE WAVE MODES IN A RESISTIVE PATCH ANTENNA WITH ISOTROPIC DIELECTRIC
ISBN 9781634855358 (ebook)
1634855353
9781634852517 (hardcover)
1634852516 (hardcover)
OCLC # 954134423
Additional Format Print version: Microstrip antennas modeling for recent applications Hauppauge, New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., [2016] 9781634852517 (DLC) 2016023928



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