By Branko D. Popovic, Branko M. Kolundzija
The authors current a comparatively uncomplicated, computer-oriented, normal and unified method of the research of metal antennas and scatterers (of electrically small and medium sizes), dependent principally all alone unique paintings. the tactic seems to be to provide superiority over present choices via circumventing lots of the problems encountered via these tools. it's going to be of substantial value to operating antenna engineers and researchers. advent; Modelling of geometry of steel antennas and scatterers; Approximation of present alongside generalised wires and over generalised quadrilaterals; therapy of excitation; Electromagnetic box of currents over generalised floor parts; answer of equations for present distribution; Numerical examples illustrating the alternative of optimal components of the tactic; Numerical examples illustrating the chances of the tactic; References; Appendices; Index.
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