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But look at a discharging capacitor; there is a current through surface 1 but none through surface Since a changing electric field produces a magnetic field, and a changing magnetic field produces an electric field, once sinusoidal fields are created they can propagate on their own.

These propagating fields are called electromagnetic waves. When Maxwell calculated the speed of propagation of electromagnetic waves, he found:. This is the speed of light in a vacuum. Light was known to be a wave. The production and measurement of electromagnetic waves of other frequencies confirmed that light was an electromagnetic wave as well. The frequency of an electromagnetic wave is related to its wavelength:. If the charges encountered a discontinuity Open Connection, bend their speed changes, then there is radiation.

In a resonant structure, charges continuously oscillate, creating a continuous stream of radiation. The classical approximation considers that if the arms of the line are moved away, the current distribution remains the same. Then we have in- phase currents for effective radiation: the principle of the dipole antenna. Problem: in practice, there is mismatch.

Vithyalakshmi to a progressive wave line. Other currents and charges I c and Q c. Omnidirectional or only weakly directional antennas which receive or radiate more or less in all directions. These are employed when the relative position of the other station is unknown or arbitrary. They are also used at lower frequencies where a directional antenna would be too large, or simply to cut costs in applications where a directional antenna isn't required. Directional or beam antennas which are intended to preferentially radiate or receive in a particular direction or directional pattern.

Resonant Antennas — is a transmission line, the length of which is exactly equal to multiples of half wavelength and it is open at both ends. Non-resonant Antennas — the length of these antennas is not equal to exact multiples of half wavelength. In these antennas standing waves are not present as antennas are terminated in correct impedance which avoid reflections.

The waves travel only in forward direction. Non-resonant antenna is a unidirectional antenna. In most cases, the radiation pattern is determined in the far-field region. Radiation properties include radiation intensity, field strength, phase or polarization. Isotropic Omnidirectional Directional Isotropic pattern is a pattern of an antenna having equal radiation in all directions. This an ideal concept. However it is used to define other antenna parameters.

It is represented simply by a sphere whose center coincides with the location of the isotropic radiator. Directional antenna is an antenna, which radiates receives much more efficiently in some directions than in others. Usually, this term is applied to antennas whose directivity is much higher than that of a half wavelength dipole.

Omnidirectional antenna is an antenna, which has non-directional pattern in given plane, and a directional pattern in any orthogonal plane eg:single-wire antennas. First-null beamwidth FNBW is the angle between two vectors. Pattern lobe is a portion of the radiation pattern with a local maximum. A radian is defined with the aid of Figure a.

It is the angle subtended by an arc along the perimeter of the circle with length equal to the radius. A steradian may be defined using Figure b. Here, one steradian sr is subtended by an area r2 at the surface of a sphere of radius r. Ae Effective area or Effective aperture square meters The effective area corresponds to the effective absorbance area presented by an antenna to an incident plane wave.

For an aperture antenna, it is equal to or smaller than the physical aperture. The relationship between the gain and the wavelength is ,. One use of this ratio is to describe the antenna's ability to discriminate between the signal coming from the front and the interfering signals coming from the rear when the antenna is used for reception.

Radiation intensity in a given direction is the power per unit solid angle radiated in this direction by the antenna. If the direction is not specified, then the direction of maximum radiation is implied. P rad tot. Therefore the antenna gain only accounts for dielectric and conductive losses found in the antenna itself. However Balanis and others have included impedance mismatch as part of the antenna gain. Input resistance red line and reactance green line of a dipole antenna as a function of antenna length.

Let Rcd represent the actual losses due to conduction and dielectric heating. For wire antennas without insulation there is no dielectric losses only conductor losses from the metal antenna. For those cases we can approximate Rcd by:. It indicates how far an antenna is effective in transmitting or receiving the electromagnetic wave energy.

Effective Length is the ratio of induced voltage at the terminal of the receiving antenna under open circuited condition to the incident electric field intensity or strength E. If a current I1 at the terminals of antenna no. I1 1 2 Z11 Z If there is no specific direction chosen, the direction of maximum radiation intensity is implied.

Aphysical plane wave Pload incident. Direction of wave propagation receiver transmit. Arm, Dr Atm, Dt R. Antenna 1 Antenna 2. Atm, Dt Arm, Dr R. Antenna 2. Transmitter Transm. The transmitter with the transmission line is represented by an Thevenin equivalent generator jXG jXA The antenna is represented by its input impedance which Generator. The antenna with the transmission line is represented by an Thevenin equivalent jXA generator.

Rr as seen from the antenna terminals i. Hence, the half-wavelength dipole antenna's length is 0. Rather it is a figure of merit — the lower the better. Bmin not dependent on Ae. Factors of 2 only for un-polarized case. Open navigation menu. Close suggestions Search Search. User Settings. Skip carousel. Carousel Previous.

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Transmission Line Theory.ppt

In electrical engineering , a transmission line is a specialized cable or other structure designed to conduct electromagnetic waves in a contained manner. The term applies when the conductors are long enough that the wave nature of the transmission must be taken into account. This applies especially to radio-frequency engineering because the short wavelengths mean that wave phenomena arise over very short distances this can be as short as millimetres depending on frequency. However, the theory of transmission lines was historically developed to explain phenomena on very long telegraph lines, especially submarine telegraph cables. Transmission lines are used for purposes such as connecting radio transmitters and receivers with their antennas they are then called feed lines or feeders , distributing cable television signals, trunklines routing calls between telephone switching centres, computer network connections and high speed computer data buses.

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Telecommunications PowerPoint provides a good template for antenna or communication presentations. A rectangular slot is made on the conducting sheet. EE Lesson Antenna Fundamentals. The source is most often presented in the center of the structure which gives a symmetrical system.

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Fields & Waves I

Here, we consider a topic which is absolutely central to the successful operation of all satellites and spacecraft, namely the basic principles and fundamental concepts of visible light in particular and of electromagnetic radiation in general. Learning Outcome: Each … exposure is subject to the first two principles only.

1. Introduction

But look at a discharging capacitor; there is a current through surface 1 but none through surface Since a changing electric field produces a magnetic field, and a changing magnetic field produces an electric field, once sinusoidal fields are created they can propagate on their own. These propagating fields are called electromagnetic waves. When Maxwell calculated the speed of propagation of electromagnetic waves, he found:. This is the speed of light in a vacuum. Light was known to be a wave.

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  1. Demi L.

    This is important for proper understanding of EM waves. Wave motion occurs when a disturbance at point A, at time t. 0., is related to what.

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