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Solutions Manual for Antenna Theory, Analysis and Design, Constantine A  Balanis, 4th Edition
Solutions Manual for Antenna Theory, Analysis and Design, Constantine A. Balanis, 4th Edition [email protected]
Views: 4 Jack Morgan
HFSS microstrip patch design for 30 GHz part 1
This is design and simulation procedure tutorial part 1 for micro-strip patch antenna at 30 GHz resonating frequency. Designed using HFSS software. Substrate used is RT duroid 5880. The design equations can be taken from book "Antenna theory analysis and Design" by Constantine A Balanis. You can get this book here------- https://www.google.co.in/aclk?sa=L&ai=DChcSEwj1-7-KlPDWAhXYh2gKHRuaBt4YABABGgJzYw&sig=AOD64_3UEqsL0gYvWIXYz6WaGDvbqXTbMg&ctype=5&q=&ved=0ahUKEwjN17mKlPDWAhUMsI8KHa05D04Q9A4IeQ&adurl=
Views: 2887 Shubham Shingate
Constantine A. Balanis Top # 8 Facts
Constantine A. Balanis Top # 8 Facts
Views: 316 Gaurav Sejal
Science Book Review: Advanced Engineering Electromagnetics, 2nd Edition by Constantine A. Balanis
http://www.ScienceBookMix.com This is the summary of Advanced Engineering Electromagnetics, 2nd Edition by Constantine A. Balanis.
Views: 853 ScienceBookMix
Design of Rectangular Microstrip Patch Antenna Part 1 (MATLAB Calculation)
Hi everyone! It's been some time since my last uploaded video. So, in this video, I'm going to show you how to design rectangular microstrip patch antenna. I'm starting with the calculation of design parameter using MATLAB. The equations are based on Antenna Theory book (Constantine Balanis) Chapter 14. I put the script on my blog (blog.ub.ac.id/meeristika) Then, input the calculated parameter to CST Microwave Studio. Please refer to tensorbundle channel, especially this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PH_wSucPQfc to get better understanding about rectangular microstrip patch antenna on CST. I will upload the second part of the video soon. In the mean time, see you :) P.S: Comments are appreciated and please subscribe! ^^
Views: 48071 Imee Ristika
Antennas: Near and Far - Part 1
In this short course, we will take a closer look at antennas and their diverse methods of use in wireless networks. We will first review the traditional viewpoint of using antennas 1) antennas which are near-by, like in MIMO systems, are good and 2) antennas which are far-away, like in multiuser systems, cause interference and are problematic. Then we will review the ideas which have emerged in last decade 1') antennas which are near-by, like in full-duplex, are problematic, and 2') antennas which are far-away, like in cooperatively coded systems, are good. The contrasting viewpoints will help us appreciate that our understanding of wireless systems is far from complete, and wireless continues to be an active and vibrant area of research. Course Lab: While the lectures will focus on concepts and pointers to ongoing research, the course has a lab component. Using a custom developed WARPCloud, each student will be conducting brief experiments to appreciate the basic concepts in MIMO, Interference, Cooperation and Full-duplex. Acknowledgement: The WARPCloud was developed and provided by Mango Communications, especially for the Microsoft Summer School attendees. Special thanks to Dr. Patrick Murphy, Dr. Christopher Hunter and Mr. Erik Welsh of Mango Communications, who took time off their busy work schedules and contributed towards the important mission of free educational tools for all.
Views: 71 Microsoft Research
Helical antenna
A helical antenna is an antenna consisting of a conducting wire wound in the form of a helix. In most cases, helical antennas are mounted over a ground plane. The feed line is connected between the bottom of the helix and the ground plane. Helical antennas can operate in one of two principal modes — normal mode or axial mode. In the normal mode or broadside helix, the dimensions of the helix are small compared with the wavelength. The antenna acts similarly to an electrically short dipole or monopole, and the radiation pattern, similar to these antennas is omnidirectional, with maximum radiation at right angles to the helix axis. The radiation is linearly polarised parallel to the helix axis. These are used for compact antennas for portable and mobile two-way radios, and for UHF television broadcasting antennas. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
Views: 1233 Audiopedia

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