Modern Antenna Handbook

Modern Antenna Handbook

by Constantine A. Balanis

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The most up-to-date, comprehensive treatment of classical and modern antennas and their related technologies

Modern Antenna Handbook represents the most current and complete thinking in the field of antennas. The handbook is edited by one of the most recognizable, prominent, and prolific authors, educators, and researchers on antennas and electromagnetics. Each chapter is authored by one or more leading international experts and includes cover-age of current and future antenna-related technology. The information is of a practical nature and is intended to be useful for researchers as well as practicing engineers.

From the fundamental parameters of antennas to antennas for mobile wireless communications and medical applications, Modern Antenna Handbook covers everything professional engineers, consultants, researchers, and students need to know about the recent developments and the future direction of this fast-paced field.

In addition to antenna topics, the handbook also covers modern technologies such as metamaterials, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), frequency selective surfaces (FSS), and radar cross sections (RCS) and their applications to antennas, while five chapters are devoted to advanced numerical/computational methods targeted primarily for the analysis and design of antennas.

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ISBN-13: 9781118209752
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 09/20/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 1712
File size: 90 MB
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About the Author

CONSTANTINE A. BALANIS received his BSEE degree from Virginia Tech in 1964, his MEE degree from the University of Virginia in 1966, his PhD in electrical engineering from Ohio State University in 1969, and an honorary doctorate from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. He worked with the NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, before joining the Department of Electrical Engineering at West Virginia University in 1970. Since 1983, he has been with Arizona State University, where he is now Regents' Professor of Electrical Engineering. Dr. Balanis is a Life Fellow of the IEEE and the author of Antenna Theory: Analysis and Design and Advanced Engineering Electromagnetics, both published by Wiley, and Introduction to Smart Antennas.

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Table of Contents

Preface xi

Contributors xv

Part I Introduction

1. Fundamental Parameters and Definitions for Antennas 3
Constantine A. Balanis

Part II Antenna Elements

2. Wire Elements: Dipoles, Monopoles, and Loops 59
Cynthia M. Furse, Om P. Gandhi, and Gianluca Lazzi

3. Aperture Antennas: Waveguides and Horns 97
Christophe Granet, Graeme L. James, and A. Ross Forsyth

4. Microstrip Antennas: Analysis, Design, and Application 157
John Huang

5. Reflector Antennas 201
William A. Imbriale

6. Frequency-Independent Antennas: Spirals and Log-Periodics 263
Hisamatsu Nakano

7. Leaky-Wave Antennas 325
David R. Jackson and Arthur A. Oliner

8. Reconfigurable Antennas 369
Gregory H. Huff and Jennifer T. Bernhard

9. Wideband and Traveling-Wave Antennas 399
Lotfollah Shafai and Sima Noghanian

10. Small and Fractal Antennas 475
Steven R. Best

Part III Arrays and Synthesis Methods

11. Arrays and Smart Antennas 531
George V. Tsoulos and Christos G. Christodoulou

12. Wideband Arrays 581
William F. Croswell, Tim Durham, Mark Jones, Daniel Schaubert, Paul Friederich, and James G. Maloney

13. Synthesis Methods for Antennas 631
Warren Stutzman and Stanislav Licul

Part IV Structures and Techniques Related to Antennas

14. Antenna Applications of Negative Refractive Index Transmission-Line (NRI-TL) Metamaterials 677
George V. Eleftheriades and Marco A. Antoniades

15. Artificial Impedance Surfaces for Antennas 737
Daniel F. Sievenpiper

16. Frequency-Selective Screens 779
Thomas Cwik

17. Mems Integrated and Micromachined Antenna Elements, Arrays, and Feeding Networks 829
Bo Pan, John Papapolymerou, and Manos M. Tentzeris

18. Feed Antennas 867
Trevor S. Bird

19. Near-Field Scanning Measurements: Theory and Practice 929
Michael H. Francis and Ronald C. Wittmann

20. Antenna Measurements 977
Constantine A. Balanis and Craig R. Birtcher

21. Antenna Scattering and Design Considerations 1035
Oren B. Kesler, Douglas Pasquan, and Larry Pellett

Part V Antenna Applications

22. Integrated Antennas for Wireless Personal Communications 1079
Yahya Rahmat-Samii, Jerzy Guterman, A. A. Moreira, and C. Peixeiro

23. Antennas for Mobile Communications 1143
Kyohei Fujimoto

24. Antennas for Mobile Systems 1229
Simon R. Saunders and Alejandro Aragόn-Zavala

25. Antenna Array Technologies for Advanced Wireless Systems 1255
Magdy F. Iskander, Wayne Kim, Jodie Bell, Nuri Celik, and Zhengqing Yun

26. Antenna Design Considerations for Mimo and Diversity Systems 1327
Michael A. Jensen and Jon W. Wallace

27. Antennas for Medical Therapy and Diagnostics 1377
James C. Lin, Paolo Bernardi, Stefano Pisa, Marta Cavagnaro, and Emanuele Piuzzi

28. Antennas for Biological Experiments 1429
James C. Lin, Paolo Bernardi, Stefano Pisa, Marta Cavagnaro, and Emanuele Piuzzi

Part VI Methods of Analysis, Modeling, and Simulation

29. Antenna Modeling Using Integral Equations and The Method of Moments 1463
Andrew F. Peterson

30. Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method Applied to Antennas 1495
Glenn S. Smith and James G. Maloney

31. Finite-Element Analysis and Modeling of Antennas 1531
Jian-Ming Jin, Zheng Lou, Norma Riley, and Douglas Riley

32. Genetic Algorithms for Antennas 1595
Randy L. Haupt

33. Neural Networks for Antennas 1625
Christos G. Christodoulou and Amalendu Patnaik

Index 1659

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