The aim of this new edition is to present the basic essentials of antennas even better than before while providing extensive coverage of the newest applications, Further, the book is structured so that it can be easily divided into two courses with first 12 chapters suitable for a first course and the last 12 for second course. There is also flexibility that allows for a variety of assignment options.
The subtitle “For All Applications” is’ of course’ presumptuous for it is an unattainable goal. However, it indicates our objective.
The Introduction(Chapter 1) presents information on symbols and notation along with useful tables. Chapter 2 (antenna Basics) covers fundamental antenna concepts and the language of antennas . In chapters 3 we meet the Antenna Family with concise descriptions of two dozen different types of antennas from dipoles to patches.
Chapter 4 treats point Source and their filed, power and phase patterns. Broadside and end-fire arrays of point source are introduced in chapter 5 part I This is followed in chapter 6 by dipoles and linear antennas both alone and in arrays All kinds of loop antennas and their properties are described in chapter 7. Chapter 8 part is an introduction to axial mode helical antennas Yagi-Uda arrays. Part II goes into helical antennas in more detail
9 is about solt, patch and horn antennas while chapter 10 explains
flat- sheet corner and parabolic antennas Broadband and frequency-independent
antennas are discussed chapter 11. Chapter12 on antenna temperature remote
sensing and radar cross section completed the material suggested for a first
course on antennas.
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Antennas and wave propagation 4th Ed by John D Kraus, Ronald J Marhefka, Ahmad S Khan
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