Microstrip Antenna Design Handbook

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Artech House, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 845 pages
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Based on the 1980 text, Microstrip Antennas, this volume offers information on designing any type of microstrip antenna. In addition to addressing essential microchip antenna theory, the authors highlight current design and engineering practices, emphasizing pressing issues such as broadbanding, circular polarization and active microstrip antennas in particular. Special design challenges, ranging from dual polarization, high bandwidth, and surface wave mitigation, to choosing the proper substrate, and shaping an antenna to achieve desired results are all covered. The book includes more than 400 illustrations, and over 1600 equations and analytical techniques for all types of common microstrip antennas.
 

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nice book to understand different types of application of microstrip antenna

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Contents

Microstrip Radiators
1
Analytical Models for Microstrip
73
Theoretical Background
128
Eigenfunctions Equivalent
144
References
150
FullWave Analysis of Microstrip
157
Derivation of Greens
224
Moment Method Solution
231
Antennas
503
Broadbanding of Microstrip Antennas
533
Loaded Microstrip Antennas
591
Active Integrated Microstrip Antennas
659
Design and Analysis of Microstrip
719
Substrates for Microstrip
759
7 Substrate Anisotropy
765
Design of Planar
771

Numerical Evaluation
240
References
246
Rectangular Microstrip Antennas
253
Circular Disk and Ring Antennas
317
Antenna
433
Microstrip Slot Antennas
441
Circularly Polarized Microstrip
493
Suspended and Inverted Microstrip Line
779
1 CPW With an Infinitely Thick Substrate
791
Coupled Strip Lines Design
798
1 Open Ends
800
4 Steps in Width
806
About the Authors
813
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About the author (2001)

R. Garg, Ph.D., is a professor of electronics and computer engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology.

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