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Basic of Antenna Principals of EM Radiation Introduction to Propagation & Antennas Antenna Characterization Radiation Pattern

Basic of Antenna Principals of EM Radiation Introduction to Propagation & Antennas Antenna Characterization Radiation Pattern

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Basic of Antenna
Introduction to Propagation & Antennas
Antenna Characterization
Basic of Antenna
Introduction to Propagation & Antennas
Antenna Characterization

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Key Points1. Principals of EM Radiation2. Introduction to Propagation & Antennas3. Antenna Characterization

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1. Principals of Radiated electromagentic (EM) fields
two laws (from Maxwell Equation)1. A Moving Electric Field Creates a Magnetic (
H
) field2. A Moving Magnetic Field Creates an Electric (
E
) field

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c
3
10
8
m/s
=
/2: wave will complete one cycle from A to B and back to A

= distance a wave travels during 1 cycle
f
=
c/

= c/2l

=
/2ABAssume
i(t)
applied at A with length
=
/2
EM wave will travel along the wire until it reaches the B
B is a point of high impedence
wave reflects toward A and is reflected back again
resistance gradually dissipates the energy of the wave
wave is reinforced at A
results in continuous oscillations of energy along the wire and a highvoltage at the A end of the wire.An AC current
i(t)
, flowing in a wire produces an EM field