resonant antenna

resonant antenna

[′res·ən·ənt an ′ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
An antenna for which there is a sharp peak in the power radiated or intercepted by the antenna at a certain frequency, at which electric currents in the antenna form a standing-wave pattern.
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1 shows a four-arm spiral antenna proposed by Kilgus, it is the resonant antenna.
Itoh, "Tunable compact asymmetric coplanar waveguide zeroth-order resonant antenna," Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, Vol.
This paper makes the best use of the CPW' coplanar characteristic and presents a novel compact coplanar waveguide (CPW)-fed resonant antenna with two ENG unit cells metamaterial loading for wideband resonant performance operating at the +1 order mode.
Therefore, the coplanar stripline dipole antenna with a short bias line scheme can be characterized as a standing wave antenna or a resonant antenna owing to the reflections at the bias line terminations.
A DRA is a resonant antenna fabricated from low loss microwave dielectric material whose resonant frequency is predominantly a function of size, shape and material dielectric constant.
The zeroth-order resonant antenna has a monopolar radiation pattern, which is similar to that of the traditional monopole antenna; thus, it is suitable for adoption on wireless devices requiring an omnidirectional radiation characteristic.
This paper makes the best use of the CPW'coplanar characteristic and presents a novel compact coplanar waveguide (CPW)-fed resonant antenna with single-cell metamaterial loading for dual-frequency performance.
In this paper, we presented a different serial resonant antenna with a much simpler configuration for MRI imaging.
Chapter 5 surveys the resonant antenna elements, including dipoles, yagis and microstrip patches.
Kim, "A size reduced CRLH resonant antenna based on Interdigital capacitors with defected ground," Microwave Opt.
To illustrate the solving of this problem, the construction of a CPW CRLH zeroth-order resonant antenna was used.