and Printed Antenna Design joins others in Artech House's Antennas and Electromagnetics Analysis Library and belongs in any college-level antenna and engineering collection as a practical guide to microstrip
and printed antenna designs.
Pandey provides a practical guide to designing microstrip
and printed antennas, focusing on real-world applications rather than theoretical analysis.
line is one of the most popular types of planar transmission line primarily for RF and microwave circuits , .
patch antennas are widely used in a lot of applications, such as multiple input and multiple output (MIMO) communication systems.
The scheme given in FIGURE 2 illustrates the examples of data input for processing in the XML format (the extensible Markup Language describes a document and partially describes the behavior of computer programs) individually for the microstrip
transmission lines with consideration for the topology of a microstrip
A three-layer microstrip
resonator is introduced to measure complex permittivities of medium loss liquids.
During PCB design it is often required to provide a given value of microstrip
line characteristic impedance (Z).
The numerous advantages of microstrip
antenna, such as its low weight, small volume, and ease of fabrication using printed-circuit technology, led to the design of several configurations for various applications.
The antenna is fed using microstrip
line on the backside of the substrate and shorted through a 0.5mm radius pin to the patch on top of the substrate.
has debuted its new generation of MYTHEN2 R high-performance microstrip
X-ray detectors for OEM use in laboratory and portable diffractometers.
has debuted a new generation of Mythen2 R high-performance microstrip
X-ray detectors for OEM (original equipment manufacturer) use in laboratory and portable diffractometers.