Printed Antennas - Theory and Design

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2021

Printed Antennas - Theory and Design


Printed Antennas - Theory and Design
pdf | 37.88 MB | English | Isbn:B08K9GBSBY |
Author: Binod Kumar Kanaujia | PAge: 463 | Year: 2020



Description:

Printed antennas have become an integral part of next-generation wireless communications and have been found to be commonly used to improve system capacity, data rate, reliability, etc. This book covers theory, design techniques, and the chronological regression of the printed antennas for various applications. This book will provide readers with the basic conceptual knowledge about antennas along with advanced techniques for antenna design. It covers a variety of analytical techniques and their CAD applications and discusses new applications of printed antenna technology such as sensing. The authors also present special reconfigurable antennas such as ME dipole, polarization, feeding, and DGS. The book will be useful to students as an introduction to design and applications of antennas. Additionally, experienced researchers in this field will find this book a ready reference and benefit from the techniques of research in printed antennas included in this book. Following are some of the salient features of this book:

  • Covers a variety of analytical techniques and their CAD applications
  • Discusses new applications of printed antenna technology such as sensing
  • Examines the state of design techniques of printed antenna
  • Presents special reconfigurable antennas such as ME dipole, polarization, feeding, and DGS






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