没有合适的资源？快使用搜索试试~ 我知道了~

# Antenna Theory Analysis and Design ，3rd edition

1星 需积分: 11 229 浏览量
2015-07-13
10:08:13
上传
评论
收藏 20.83MB PDF 举报

温馨提示

Antenna Theory Analysis and Design，3rd edition，天线经典教材。原书加代码。

资源推荐

资源详情

资源评论

ANTENNA THEORY

ANALYSIS AND DESIGN

THIRD EDITION

Constantine A. Balanis

A JOHN WILEY & SONS, INC., PUBLICATION

Copyright 2005 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. All rights reserved.

Published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey.

Published simultaneously in Canada.

No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or

by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, scanning, or otherwise, except as

permitted under Section 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act, without either the prior

written permission of the Publisher, or authorization through payment of the appropriate per-copy fee to

the Copyright Clearance Center, Inc., 222 Rosewood Drive, Danvers, MA 01923, 978-750-8400, fax

978-646-8600, or on the web at www.copyright.com. Requests to the Publisher for permission should be

addressed to the Permissions Department, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 111 River Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030,

(201) 748-6011, fax (201) 748-6008.

Limit of Liability/Disclaimer of Warranty: While the publisher and author have used their best efforts in

preparing this book, they make no representations or warranties with respect to the accuracy or

completeness of the contents of this book and speciﬁcally disclaim any implied warranties of

merchantability or ﬁtness for a particular purpose. No warranty may be created or extended by sales

representatives or written sales materials. The advice and strategies contained herein may not be suitable

for your situation. You should consult with a professional where appropriate. Neither the publisher nor

author shall be liable for any loss of proﬁt or any other commercial damages, including but not limited to

special, incidental, consequential, or other damages.

For general information on our other products and services please contact our Customer Care Department

within the U.S. at 877-762-2974, outside the U.S. at 317-572-3993 or fax 317-572-4002.

Wiley also publishes its books in a variety of electronic formats. Some content that appears in print,

however, may not be available in electronic format.

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data is available.

ISBN: 0-471-66782-X

Printed in the United States of America.

10987654321

Preface

The third edition of Antenna Theory is designed to meet the needs of electrical engi-

neering and physics students at the senior undergraduate and beginning graduate levels,

and those of practicing engineers. The text presumes that the students have knowledge

of basic undergraduate electromagnetic theory, including Maxwell’s equations and the

wave equation, introductory physics, and differential and integral calculus. Mathemat-

ical techniques required for understanding some advanced topics in the later chapters

are incorporated in the individual chapters or are included as appendices.

The third edition has maintained all of the attractive features of the ﬁrst two edi-

tions, including the three-dimensional graphs to display the radiation characteristics of

antennas, especially the amplitude patterns. This feature was hailed as an innovative

and ﬁrst of its kind addition in a textbook on antennas. Additional graphs have been

added to illustrate features of the radiation characteristics of some antennas. However,

there have been many new features added to this edition. In particular,

ž

A new chapter on Smart Antennas (Chapter 16)

ž

A section on Fractal Antennas (Section 11.6)

ž

Summary tables of important equations in the respective chapters (Chapters 2, 4,

5, 6, 12–14)

ž

New ﬁgures, photos, and tables

ž

Additional end-of-the-chapter problems

ž

CD with the following Multimedia Material:

ž

Power Point view graphs of lecture notes for each chapter, in multicolor

ž

End-of-the-chapter Interactive Questionnaires for review (40–65 for each chap-

ter) based on Java

ž

Animations based on Java

ž

Applets based on Java

ž

MATLAB programs translated from the FORTRAN programs of the second

edition

ž

A number of new MATLAB programs

ž

FORTRAN programs from the second edition.

The CD is attached to the book, and it will open automatically once inserted in

the computer. It is highly recommended that the reader uses the Internet Explorer

(IE) to open the Multimedia Material; other browsers may not perform well. For

additional instructions on how to open and use the material in the CD, there is a

HELP ﬁle in the CD.

xiii

xiv PREFACE

The book’s main objective is to introduce, in a uniﬁed manner, the fundamental princi-

ples of antenna theory and to apply them to the analysis, design, and measurements of

antennas. Because there are so many methods of analysis and design and a plethora of

antenna structures, applications are made to some of the most basic and practical con-

ﬁgurations, such as linear dipoles; loops; arrays; broadband, and frequency-independent

antennas; aperture antennas; horn antennas; microstrip antennas; and reﬂector antennas.

A tutorial chapter on Smart Antennas has been included to introduce the student in

a technology that will advance antenna theory and design, and revolutionize wireless

communications. It is based on antenna theory, digital signal processing, networks and

communications. MATLAB simulation software has also been included, as well as a

plethora of references for additional reading.

Introductory material on analytical methods, such as the Moment Method and

Fourier transform (spectral) technique, is also included. These techniques, together with

the fundamental principles of antenna theory, can be used to analyze and design almost

any antenna conﬁguration. A chapter on antenna measurements introduces state-of-the-

art methods used in the measurements of the most basic antenna characteristics (pattern,

gain, directivity, radiation efﬁciency, impedance, current, and polarization) and updates

progress made in antenna instrumentation, antenna range design, and scale modeling.

Techniques and systems used in near- to far-ﬁeld measurements and transformations

are also discussed.

A sufﬁcient number of topics have been covered, some for the ﬁrst time in an under-

graduate text, so that the book will serve not only as a text but also as a reference for the

practicing and design engineer and even the amateur radio buff. These include design

procedures, and associated computer programs, for Yagi–Uda and log-periodic arrays,

horns, and microstrip patches; synthesis techniques using the Schelkunoff, Fourier

transform, Woodward–Lawson, Tschebyscheff, and Taylor methods; radiation charac-

teristics of corrugated, aperture-matched, and multimode horns; analysis and design

of rectangular and circular microstrip patches; and matching techniques such as the

binomial, Tschebyscheff, T-, gamma, and omega matches.

The text contains sufﬁcient mathematical detail to enable the average undergraduate

electrical engineering and physics students to follow, without too much difﬁculty,

the ﬂow of analysis and design. A certain amount of analytical detail, rigor, and

thoroughness allows many of the topics to be traced to their origin. My experiences as

a student, engineer, and teacher have shown that a text for this course must not be a

book of unrelated formulas, and it must not resemble a “cookbook.” This book begins

with the most elementary material, develops underlying concepts needed for sequential

topics, and progresses to more advanced methods and system conﬁgurations. Each

chapter is subdivided into sections or subsections whose individual headings clearly

identify the antenna characteristic(s) discussed, examined, or illustrated.

A distinguished feature of this book is its three-dimensional graphical illustrations

from the ﬁrst edition, which have been expanded and supplemented in the second

and third editions. In the past, antenna texts have displayed the three-dimensional

energy radiated by an antenna by a number of separate two-dimensional patterns. With

the advent and revolutionary advances in digital computations and graphical displays,

an additional dimension has been introduced for the ﬁrst time in an undergraduate

antenna text by displaying the radiated energy of a given radiator by a single three-

dimensional graphical illustration. Such an image, formed by the graphical capabilities

of the computer and available at most computational facilities, gives a clear view of

PREFACE xv

the energy radiated in all space surrounding the antenna. It is hoped that this will lead

to a better understanding of the underlying principles of radiation and provide a clearer

visualization of the pattern formation in all space.

In addition, there is an abundance of general graphical illustrations, design data,

references, and an expanded list of end-of-the chapter problems. Many of the principles

are illustrated with examples, graphical illustrations, and physical arguments. Although

students are often convinced that they understand the principles, difﬁculties arise when

they attempt to use them. An example, especially a graphical illustration, can often

better illuminate those principles. As they say, “a picture is worth a thousand words.”

Numerical techniques and computer solutions are illustrated and encouraged. A

number of MATLAB computer programs are included in the CD attached to the book.

Each program is interactive and prompts the user to enter the data in a sequential man-

ner. Some of these programs are translations of the FORTRAN ones that were included

in the ﬁrst and second editions. However, many new ones have been developed. Every

chapter, other than Chapters 3 and 17, have at least one MATLAB computer program;

some have as many as four. The outputs of the MATLAB programs include graphical

illustrations and tabulated results. For completeness, the FORTRAN computer pro-

grams are also included, although there is not as much interest in them. The computer

programs can be used for analysis and design. Some of them are more of the design

type while some of the others are of the analysis type. Associated with each program

there is a READ ME ﬁle, which summarizes the respective program.

The purpose of the Lecture Notes is to provide the instructors a copy of the text

ﬁgures and some of the most important equations of each chapter. They can be used by

the instructors in their lectures but need to be supplemented with additional narratives.

The students can use them to listen to the instructors’ lectures, without having to take

detailed notes, but can supplement them in the margins with annotations from the

lectures. Each instructor will use the notes in a different way.

The Interactive Questionnaires are intended as reviews of the material in each

chapter. The student can use them to review for tests, exams, and so on. For each ques-

tion, there are three possible answers, but only one is correct. If the reader chooses

one of them and it the correct answer, it will so indicate. However, if the chosen

answer is the wrong one, the program will automatically indicate the correct answer.

An explanation button is provided, which gives a short narrative on the correct answer

or indicates where in the book the correct answer can be found.

The Animations can be used to illustrate some of the radiation characteristics, such

as amplitude patterns, of some antenna types, like line sources, dipoles, loops, arrays,

and horns. The Applets cover more chapters and can be used to examine some of the

radiation characteristics (such as amplitude patterns, impedance, bandwidth, etc.) of

some of the antennas. This can be accomplished very rapidly without having to resort

to the MATLAB programs, which are more detailed.

For course use, the text is intended primarily for a two-semester (or two- or three-

quarter) sequence in antenna theory. The ﬁrst course should be given at the senior

undergraduate level, and should cover most of the material in Chapters 1 through 7,

and Chapters 16 and 17. The material in Chapters 8 through 16 should be covered in a

beginning graduate-level course. Selected chapters and sections from the book can be

covered in a single semester, without loss of continuity. However, it is almost essential

that most of the material in Chapters 2 through 6 be covered in the ﬁrst course and

before proceeding to any more advanced topics. To cover all the material of the text

剩余1071页未读，继续阅读

资源评论

- 三界唯心2017-05-31一个字：烂九O纪2021-12-18此人有病

九O纪

- 粉丝: 0
- 资源: 2

上传资源 快速赚钱

- 我的内容管理 展开
- 我的资源 快来上传第一个资源
- 我的收益 登录查看自己的收益
- 我的积分 登录查看自己的积分
- 我的C币 登录后查看C币余额
- 我的收藏
- 我的下载
- 下载帮助

### 最新资源

- 《MATLAB计算机视觉与深度学习实战》配套代码
- google浏览器chromedriver驱动下载【chrome版本:120.0.6046.0】
- 基于tensorflow框架(模型使用CNN)进行垃圾邮件分类（包含了中文垃圾邮件分类和英文垃圾邮件分类）
- cnn和lstm进行金融时间序列预测
- 使用python+tensorflow 2实现了CNN经典模型AlexNet
- MTK端口刷镜像工具 拒绝付费
- 基于keras的cnn+lstm算法例程 用cnn对20x20的图像进行循征提取，然后使用lstm对特征进行序列预测
- CNN人脸情绪识别，基于Tensorflow
- 使用YOLO-v3-tiny和B-CNN实现街头车辆的检测和车辆属性的多标签识别
- mask-R-CNN用于做医学图像语义分割

资源上传下载、课程学习等过程中有任何疑问或建议，欢迎提出宝贵意见哦~我们会及时处理！
点击此处反馈

安全验证

文档复制为VIP权益，开通VIP直接复制

信息提交成功