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- Author(s)Giselle M. Galvan-Tejada,Hildeberto Jardon-Aguilar,Marco Antonio Peyrot-Solis
- PublisherApple Academic Press Inc.
- Date of Publication25/06/2015
- GenreElectronics Engineering & Communications Engineering
- Place of PublicationOakville
- Country of PublicationCanada
- ImprintApple Academic Press Inc.
- Content Note169 black & white illustrations, 12 black & white tables
- Weight580 g
- Width156 mm
- Height235 mm
- Spine23 mm
- Table Of ContentsIntroduction Importance of Antennas in Modern Life Ultra Wideband Systems UWB Antennas Scope of the Book Bibliography General Concepts of Antennas Introduction Classical Narrowband Antennas Wire Antennas Aperture Antennas Reflectors Microstrip Antennas Antenna Arrays Feed-Point Gain and Directivity Radiation Pattern Concept Polarization Impedance Reflection Coefficient Quality Factor Bandwidth Bibliography Recent Developments in Ultra Wideband Antennas Introduction Background to Ultra Wideband Antennas Planarized UWB Antennas Vivaldi Antenna Planarized Antenna with Rectangular Radiator CPW-Fed Planar Ultra Wideband Antenna Having a Frequency Band Notch Function Slot Antenna Based on Precooked Ceramic Volcano-Smoke Slot Antenna Printed Circular Disc Monopole Antenna Microstrip Slot Antenna with Fractal Tuning Stub Planar Miniature Tapered-Slot-Fed Annular Slot Antenna Tulip-Shaped Monopole Antenna Balloon-Shaped Monopole Antenna Half Cut Disc UWB Antenna Planar UWB Antenna Array Octagonal Shaped Fractal UWB Antenna UWB Planar Monopoles Antennas Planar Inverted Cone Antenna (PICA) Bi-Arm Rolled Monopole Antenna Square Planar Monopole Antenna with Notching Technique Planar Directional Monopole Antenna with Leaf Form Compact UWB Antenna Double Ridged Guide Horn Antenna Comparison of UWB Antennas Conclusions Bibliography Developments in Ultra Wideband Antenna Theory Introduction UWB Bandwidth Preliminary Concepts Biconical Antenna Planar Monopole Structure as a Basic Element of UWB Antenna Theory Theory of Planar Monopole Antenna from a Microstrip Antenna Microstrip Antenna Planar Monopole Antenna Planar Monopole Antenna from a Cylindrical Monopole Antenna Resonance Frequency Lower Cut-Off Frequency for Different Planar Antenna Shapes Some Factors that Influence UWB Antenna Performance Influence of the Radiator Ground Plane Bibliography Phase Linearity Time Domain and Frequency Domain The Fourier Transform Short Time Duration, Wide Spectrum Impulse Response and Transfer Function Characteristics of the Impulse Response of a UWB Antenna Pulse Distortion Phase Linearity Frequency Response Measures of the Change of Phase: Phase Center and Group Delay Phase Response and Pulse Distortion Non-Linear and Quasi-Linear Phase Antennas Frequency Independent Antennas Other Antennas Bibliography Design of Omnidirectional UWB Antennas for Communications Introduction to Omnidirectional UWB Antennas Starting Point: Monopole Square Planar Antenna Design Methodology for Planar Structures Simulation Results Based on the Design Methodology for Planar Structures Variation of Beveling Angle Variation of the Radiator Width Variation of the Feeder Width Variation of the Height between the Ground Plane and the Radiator Reduction of Variations in the Radiation Pattern Design of Planarized UWB Antennas General Concepts Preliminary Square Radiator Tuning of a Planarized Rectangular Antenna for UWB Simulation Results Measurement Results Scaling Method to Achieve other Bandwidths Bibliography Design of Directional Planar and Volumetric UWB Antennas Introduction to Directional UWB Antennas Vivaldi Antenna Leaf Shape Antenna TEM Horn Antenna Quasi-Yagi Antenna Design of a Directive Rectangular Planar Monopole Design Methodology for a UWB Directive Rectangular PMA Example of Design of the UWB Directive Rectangular PMA Mechanical Refinement of the Antenna Structure Use of a Reflector to Increase the Antenna Directivity Modification of the Ground Plane to Improve the Antenna Directivity Design of Planar Directional UWB Antenna for Any Desired Operational Bandwidth Bas
- Author BiographyGiselle M. Galvan-Tejada received her B.Sc in communications and electronics engineering from the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN), Mexico City, Mexico; her M.Sc in electrical engineering from the Center for Research and Advanced Studies of the National Polytechnic Institute (CINVESTAV-IPN); and her Ph.D in electronics and telecommunications engineering from the University of Bradford, UK. Currently, she is working in the Communications Section of the Department of Electrical Engineering of the CINVESTAV-IPN as a lecturer and full-time researcher. She is a member of the IEEE and the National Council of Researchers of Mexico. Her research interests include radiocommunication systems, wireless sensor networks, radio propagation, antenna array technology, ultra wideband antennas, WiMAX, space division multiple access, and techniques to make efficient use of the spectrum. Marco Antonio Peyrot-Solis received his B.Sc in naval sciences engineering from the Mexican Naval Academy, Anton Lizardo, Veracruz; his M.Sc in electrical engineering from the United States Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California; and his Ph.D in electrical engineering from the Center for Research and Advanced Studies of the National Polytechnic Institute (CINVESTAV-IPN), Mexico City, Mexico. Currently, he is working for the Mexican Navy Research Institute (INIDETAM), Veracruz, Mexico, and his research interests include ultra wideband antennas and electromagnetic compatibility. Hildeberto Jardon-Aguilar received his B.Sc in electrical engineering from the School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering of the National Polytechnic Institute (ESIME-IPN), Mexico City, Mexico, and his Ph.D in radio systems from the Moscow Technical University of Communications and Informatics, Russia. He is currently a full professor at the Center for Research and Advanced Studies of the National Polytechnic Institute (CINVESTAV-IPN), Mexico City, Mexico. His research interests include analysis of nonlinearities in radio-frequency and microwave circuits, electromagnetic compatibility, antennas, and photonic systems. He is the author of five books and more than 100 technical papers published in journals and symposiums.
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