Tables Of Antenna Characteristics

  • Ronold W. P. King

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
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  3. Ronold W. P. King
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  5. Ronold W. P. King
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About this book


Important practical properties of antennas are_ their Over a period of years extensive researches on driving-point admittances and far-field patterns. The antennas have been carried out at Harvard University accurate determination of these and other related with the support of the U. S. Navy, the U. S. Air Force, characteristics requires the explicit or implicit solu­ and the Signal Corps of the U. S. Army under Con­ tion of integral equations for the current distributions tracts NOOOI4-67-A-0298-0005 and FI9(628)-C-0030. along the radiating structure. This can be accom­ A selection from the results of these investigations has plished with the help of analytical and numerical been prepared, recomputed, and tabulated for this techniques; the validity of approximations can be book. The researches include contributions by D. C. checked experimentally. Chang, V. W. H. Chang, C. W. Harrison, Jr. , S. S. Sandler, C. Y. Ting, and T. T. Wu. The programming In order to obtain specific data for practical appli­ cations, high-speed computers may be used to evaluate was carried out primarily by Barbara Sandler and analytically derived formulas or, where these are Georgia Efthymiopoulou, but important contribu­ unavailable, to obtain direct numerical solutions. tions were also made by E. A. Aronson at the Sandia Programs written for such a purpose are usually long Corporation, Margaret Owens, and Irma Rivera­ and complicated, and they may require very fast Veve.


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  • Ronold W. P. King
    • 1
  1. 1.Harvard UniversityCambridgeUSA

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