Index

A

  • Aircom International Limited 177
  • Ampere’s law 64
  • Analysis of Wire Antennas and Scatterers (AWAS) 81, 86–88, 93, 98, 162, 192, 205–206, 209, 214, 215
  • antenna array
    • electric field, integral of 96
    • far field pattern 95
    • half wave dipole in free space 95
    • interference pattern 98
    • Maxwellian context 95
    • MIMO 100
    • mobile communication environment 96
    • radiation pattern 97
    • signal‐of‐interest (SOI) 99
    • transmitting antennas 99
    • vector antenna problem 99
    • vector electromagnetic scattering problem 99
  • antennas 265
    • biconical antennas 292–299
    • century bandwidth bi‐blade antenna 306–310
    • cone‐blade antenna 310–313
    • dipole antennas 281–292
    • dipole structures, transient responses from 268–276
    • frequency domain 267–268
    • impulse radiating antenna 313–315
    • monocycle input pulse 279, 280
    • performance of 266
    • radiation efficiency 279
    • simple C‐R circuit 266–267
    • TEM horn antenna 299–305
    • time domain analysis 266
    • travelling wave 276–279
    • ultra wideband input pulse 279–281
    • ultra wideband signal transmission 315–338
  • automatic gain control (AGC) 124

B

  • baud rate 328, 329
  • Bessel function 236, 238
  • bi‐blade century bandwidth antenna 306–310
  • biconical antennas
    • with end caps 294, 296, 297
    • frequency spectrum 294
    • monocycle pulse reception 294, 295, 298
    • radiated field from 294, 295, 297, 298
    • radiation pattern 292
    • resistive loading profile 297
    • structure 293
  • Brewster’s angle 228–230
  • Brewster’s phenomenon 240
  • Brewster–Zenneck wave 228
  • broadband matching effect, in dipole antennas 355
    • antenna configuration 357, ...

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