antenna matching

antenna matching

[an′ten·ə ‚mach·iŋ]
(electromagnetism)
Process of adjusting impedances so that the impedance of an antenna equals the characteristic impedance of its transmission line.
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Work includes replacement of helix coils which make up part of the antenna matching network, replacing of the pure water cooling loop systems and two grid variometers which are part of the transmitter, and even power supply replacement.
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The worst outcome of this is the degradation of antenna matching.
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The dielectric loading has two significant effects: first, it reduces the size of the antenna and second, it improves the antenna matching bandwidth significantly.
AVX demoed and displayed several impressive products, including power film capacitors, fail-safe capacitors, interconnect solutions, and antenna matching filters that are currently being adopted by manufacturers of traditional and hybrid/electric vehicles, military/aerospace equipment, consumer electronics and many other devices.
Since printed LPDAs at operating frequencies up to the Ku Band are very small, the described feeding technique using coaxial cables presents some realization difficulties, and the soldering of both the feeding and the mirror coaxial cables over the antenna layout could be tricky, and must be adequately implemented, since a careless realization will compromise the antenna matching and behavior.
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