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If you are involved in designing and developing small antennas, this complete, cutting-edge guide covers everything you need to know. From fundamentals and basic theory to design optimization, evaluation, measurements and simulation techniques, all the essential information is included. You will also get many practical examples from a range of wireless systems, whilst a glossary is provided to bring you up to speed on the latest terminology. A wide variety of small antennas is covered, and design and practice steps are described for each type: electrically small, functionally small, physically constrained small and physically small. Whether you are a professional in industry, a researcher, or a graduate student, this is your essential guide to small antennas.Read more
- A complete, cutting-edge guide, essential for those working with antennas
- Covers a wide range of topics from fundamentals and basic theory to design techniques, measurements and evaluation
- Includes many practical examples and a glossary of the latest terminology
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- isbn: 9781107352162
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Table of Contents
2. Fundamentals of small antennas
3. Properties of small antennas
4. Fundamental limitations
5. Subjects related to small antennas
6. Principles and techniques for making small antennas
7. Design of small antennas
8. Practical small antennas
9. Evaluation of small antenna performance
10. Electromagnetic simulation.
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