The Resource Generalized transmission line method to study the farzone radiation of antennas under a multilayer structure, Xuan Hui Wu, Ahmed A. Kishk, and Allen W. Glisson, (electronic book)
Generalized transmission line method to study the farzone radiation of antennas under a multilayer structure, Xuan Hui Wu, Ahmed A. Kishk, and Allen W. Glisson, (electronic book)
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 This book gives a stepbystep presentation of a generalized transmission line method to study the farzone radiation of antennas under a multilayer structure. Normally, a radiation problem requires a fullwave analysis which may be time consuming. The beauty of the generalized transmission line method is that it transforms the radiation problem for a specific type of structure, say the multilayer structure excited by an antenna, into a circuit problem that can be efficiently analyzed. Using the Reciprocity Theorem and farfield approximation, the method computes the farzone radiation due to a Hertzian dipole within a multilayer structure by solving an equivalent transmission line circuit. Since an antenna can be modeled as a set of Hertzian dipoles, the method could be used to predict the farzone radiation of an antenna under a multilayer structure. The analytical expression for the farzone field is derived for a structure with or without a polarizer. The procedure of obtaining the Hertzian dipole model that is required by the generalized transmission line method is also described. Several examples are given to demonstrate the capabilities, accuracy, and efficiency of this method
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 ix, 86 p. : ill.
 Contents

 Introduction
 Antennas under a multilayer dielectric slab
 Introduction
 Radiation due to an electric dipole
 Evaluation of the horizontal component using chainmatrix
 Evaluation of the vertical component
 Field projection
 Evaluation of the horizontal component using S chain matrix
 Radiation due to a magnetic dipole
 Evaluation of the horizontal component using chainmatrix
 Evaluation of the vertical component
 Field projection
 Evaluation of the horizontal component using S chain matrix
 Results verification
 Applications
 Thin wire monopole antenna in a twolayer structure
 DRA in a fourlayer structure
 Conclusions
 Antennas under a polarized multilayer structure
 Introduction
 Radiation due to an electric dipole
 Radiation due to a magnetic dipole
 Asymptotic boundary conditions
 PECtype asymptotic boundary conditions
 PMCtype asymptotic boundary conditions
 Applications
 Cross polarization reduction
 Polarizer
 Discussion
 Conclusions
 Hertzian dipole model for an antenna
 Introduction
 Narrowband Hertzian dipole model
 Particle swarm optimization method
 PSO model for getting a narrowband dipole model
 Limitations of the narrowband model
 Wideband Hertzian dipole model
 PSO model for getting a wideband dipole model
 Modeling of a wideband antenna
 Application
 Rejection of Gaussian noise
 Frequency scalability
 Conclusions
 A derivation of equations in chapter 2
 Derivation of equation (2.24)
 Derivation of equation (2.29)
 Derivation of equation (2.30)
 Maxima source code
 Maxima source code for a PECSI
 Maxima source code for a PMCSI
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 9781598298147
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 Generalized transmission line method to study the farzone radiation of antennas under a multilayer structure
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 Generalized transmission line method to study the farzone radiation of antennas under a multilayer structure
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 Xuan Hui Wu, Ahmed A. Kishk, and Allen W. Glisson
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 This book gives a stepbystep presentation of a generalized transmission line method to study the farzone radiation of antennas under a multilayer structure. Normally, a radiation problem requires a fullwave analysis which may be time consuming. The beauty of the generalized transmission line method is that it transforms the radiation problem for a specific type of structure, say the multilayer structure excited by an antenna, into a circuit problem that can be efficiently analyzed. Using the Reciprocity Theorem and farfield approximation, the method computes the farzone radiation due to a Hertzian dipole within a multilayer structure by solving an equivalent transmission line circuit. Since an antenna can be modeled as a set of Hertzian dipoles, the method could be used to predict the farzone radiation of an antenna under a multilayer structure. The analytical expression for the farzone field is derived for a structure with or without a polarizer. The procedure of obtaining the Hertzian dipole model that is required by the generalized transmission line method is also described. Several examples are given to demonstrate the capabilities, accuracy, and efficiency of this method
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 Wu, Xuan Hui
 Dewey number
 621.3824
 Illustrations
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 Index
 no index present
 LC call number
 TK7871.6
 LC item number
 W844 2008
 Literary form
 non fiction
 Nature of contents

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 1951
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 Kishk, Ahmed A
 Glisson, Allen W.
 Series statement
 Synthesis lectures on antennas
 Series volume
 9.
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 Antennas (Electronics)
 Antenna radiation patterns
 Target audience

 adult
 specialized
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 Generalized transmission line method to study the farzone radiation of antennas under a multilayer structure, Xuan Hui Wu, Ahmed A. Kishk, and Allen W. Glisson, (electronic book)
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 Includes bibliographical references (p. 8384)
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 Contents
 Introduction  Antennas under a multilayer dielectric slab  Introduction  Radiation due to an electric dipole  Evaluation of the horizontal component using chainmatrix  Evaluation of the vertical component  Field projection  Evaluation of the horizontal component using S chain matrix  Radiation due to a magnetic dipole  Evaluation of the horizontal component using chainmatrix  Evaluation of the vertical component  Field projection  Evaluation of the horizontal component using S chain matrix  Results verification  Applications  Thin wire monopole antenna in a twolayer structure  DRA in a fourlayer structure  Conclusions  Antennas under a polarized multilayer structure  Introduction  Radiation due to an electric dipole  Radiation due to a magnetic dipole  Asymptotic boundary conditions  PECtype asymptotic boundary conditions  PMCtype asymptotic boundary conditions  Applications  Cross polarization reduction  Polarizer  Discussion  Conclusions  Hertzian dipole model for an antenna  Introduction  Narrowband Hertzian dipole model  Particle swarm optimization method  PSO model for getting a narrowband dipole model  Limitations of the narrowband model  Wideband Hertzian dipole model  PSO model for getting a wideband dipole model  Modeling of a wideband antenna  Application  Rejection of Gaussian noise  Frequency scalability  Conclusions  A derivation of equations in chapter 2  Derivation of equation (2.24)  Derivation of equation (2.29)  Derivation of equation (2.30)  Maxima source code  Maxima source code for a PECSI  Maxima source code for a PMCSI
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 Extent
 ix, 86 p. : ill.
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 9781598298147
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 Generalized transmission line method to study the farzone radiation of antennas under a multilayer structure, Xuan Hui Wu, Ahmed A. Kishk, and Allen W. Glisson, (electronic book)
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references (p. 8384)
 Carrier category
 online resource
 Carrier category code

 cr
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
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 multicolored
 Content category
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 Content type code

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 Content type MARC source
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 Contents
 Introduction  Antennas under a multilayer dielectric slab  Introduction  Radiation due to an electric dipole  Evaluation of the horizontal component using chainmatrix  Evaluation of the vertical component  Field projection  Evaluation of the horizontal component using S chain matrix  Radiation due to a magnetic dipole  Evaluation of the horizontal component using chainmatrix  Evaluation of the vertical component  Field projection  Evaluation of the horizontal component using S chain matrix  Results verification  Applications  Thin wire monopole antenna in a twolayer structure  DRA in a fourlayer structure  Conclusions  Antennas under a polarized multilayer structure  Introduction  Radiation due to an electric dipole  Radiation due to a magnetic dipole  Asymptotic boundary conditions  PECtype asymptotic boundary conditions  PMCtype asymptotic boundary conditions  Applications  Cross polarization reduction  Polarizer  Discussion  Conclusions  Hertzian dipole model for an antenna  Introduction  Narrowband Hertzian dipole model  Particle swarm optimization method  PSO model for getting a narrowband dipole model  Limitations of the narrowband model  Wideband Hertzian dipole model  PSO model for getting a wideband dipole model  Modeling of a wideband antenna  Application  Rejection of Gaussian noise  Frequency scalability  Conclusions  A derivation of equations in chapter 2  Derivation of equation (2.24)  Derivation of equation (2.29)  Derivation of equation (2.30)  Maxima source code  Maxima source code for a PECSI  Maxima source code for a PMCSI
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Extent
 ix, 86 p. : ill.
 File format
 multiple file formats
 Form of item
 electronic
 Isbn
 9781598298147
 Media category
 computer
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code

 c
 Reformatting quality
 access
 Reproduction note
 Electronic resource.
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