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Include CD-ROM2008-2009Antenna Lab ManualEELE5133ﻲﻋاذﻹاﺚﺒﻟاوتﺎﻴﺋاﻮﻬﻟاﺮﺒﺘﺨﻣPrepared ByDr. Mohammed OudaEng. Saied Emghary
2Table of contentsTitlePagePreface3Syllabus4Experiment 1Antenna Parameters5Experiment 2Wire Antennas9Experiment 3Linear Arrays IntroductionBroadside ArrayEnd-Fire Array232934Experiment 4Yagi-Uda antenna39Experiment 5Horn antennas50Experiment 6Reflector Antennas61
3PrefaceThis Lab manual is prepared to help antenna course students to deal withthe most popular softwares that used in the design of the antennas besidethe investigation of the topics covered in the course, Some of the labs aretaken from an old lab manual prepared by Eng. Mohammed Al-Absi byusing a new versions of the softwares used there, some labs are preparednewly, a new multi-purpose software is used here which is 4nec2.
4SyllabusDigital Signal Processing Laboratory (EELE 4110)Objectives:To be familiar with the most popular antenna design programsTo investigate the different parameters associated with the specific antenna.To deal with various wire antennas, dipole , loop, helix … etc.To get close to arrays and the different parameters that control the shape of the pattern.To design yagi antenna using design graphs and software programs.To investigate the high directional antennas such as Horn and Reflector antennas.Course Plan1stWeekDiscussion: Antenna Parameters2ndWeekLab: Antenna Parameters3rdWeekDiscussion: Wire Antennas4thWeekLab: Wire Antennas5thWeekDiscussion: Linear Arrays6thWeekLab: Linear Arrays (Broadside Array)7thWeekLab: Linear Arrays (End-Fire Array)8thWeekMIDTERM EXAM9thWeekDiscussion: Yagi-Uda Antenna10thWeekLab: Yagi-Uda Antenna11thWeekDiscussion: Horn Antenna12thWeekLab: Horn antenna13thWeekDiscussion: Reflectorantennas14thWeekLab:Reflector Antennas15thWeekPROJECT EVALUATION16thWeekFINAL EXAM:ReferencesClass NotesAntenna Design, Balanis ,2ndEd.:Grades10PtsAttendance……………………..15PtsMidterm Exam………………....30PtsFinal Exam………………….....15PtsReports…………………………20PtsProject…………………………10PtsQuizzes………………………...:Lab PolicyNo late reports or pre-labs will be acceptedReports should be done individually.Mid term Exam will be at the end of Lab(6)Office Hours:Open-door policy, by appointment or as posted.
5Experiment1Antenna ParametersObjective:Studying antenna parameters, Radiation pattern, Pattern beamwidth, Radiationintensity, Directivity, Gain, radiation efficiency.Using "MATLAB" to plot radiation intensity, calculating dirctivity and half-power beamwidths.Theoretical Background:HPBW: is the angle between two vectors, originating at the pattern's originand passing through these points of the major lobe where the radiationintensity id half its maximumFNBW:is the angle between two vectors, originating at the pattern's originand tangent to the main beam at its base. It is very often approximately truethat FNBW2HPBW.

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