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1 Copyright©2005 by Constantine. A. Balanis All rights reserved Chapter 3 Radiation integrals & auxiliary potential functions EEE 443 Antennas for Wireless Communications by Constantine A. Balanis Lecture #9 Copyright©2005 by Constantine. A. Balanis All rights reserved Chapter 3 Radiation integrals & auxiliary potential functions Chapter 3 Radiation Integrals And Auxiliary Potential Functions Copyright©2005 by Constantine. A. Balanis All rights reserved Chapter 3 Radiation integrals & auxiliary potential functions 3 Radiation Integrals And Auxiliary Potential Functions Chapter Theorems Reaction and y Reciprocit Theorem Duality Radiation Field Far Equation Wave Potential Vector ous Inhomogene the of Solution Sources Current Magnetic and Electric for Fields Magnetic and Electric Source Current Magnetic an for Potential Vector The Source Current Electric an for Potential Vector The on Introducti 8 . 3 7 . 3 6 . 3 5 . 3 ) ( ) ( 4 . 3 3 . 3 2 . 3 1 . 3 M J M F J A Copyright©2005 by Constantine. A. Balanis All rights reserved Chapter 3 Radiation integrals & auxiliary potential functions , J M , E H , A F Integration Integration Differentiation 1 Path 2 Path Sources Vector Potentials Radiated Fields Fig. 3.1 Copyright©2005 by Constantine. A. Balanis All rights reserved Chapter 3 Radiation integrals & auxiliary potential functions Thevenin Equivalent Copyright©2005 by Constantine. A. Balanis All rights reserved Chapter 3 Radiation integrals & auxiliary potential functions Equivalents 1. Thevenin equivalent 2. Equivalence principle: Huygen’s principle 3. Induction equivalent 4. Physical equivalent: physical optics
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2 Copyright©2005 by Constantine. A. Balanis All rights reserved Chapter 3 Radiation integrals & auxiliary potential functions Huygen’s Principle Copyright©2005 by Constantine. A. Balanis All rights reserved Chapter 3 Radiation integrals & auxiliary potential functions Copyright©2005 by Constantine. A. Balanis All rights reserved Chapter 3 Radiation integrals & auxiliary potential functions Dipole Fig. 1.16c Copyright©2005 by Constantine. A. Balanis All rights reserved Chapter 3 Radiation integrals & auxiliary potential functions = + z k I z k I e o o z I 2 sin 2 sin ) ( A A 2 / 0 A + z 0 2 / z A (4-56) Copyright©2005 by Constantine. A. Balanis All rights reserved Chapter 3 Radiation integrals & auxiliary potential functions λ << A Fig. 1.16a Copyright©2005 by Constantine. A. Balanis All rights reserved Chapter 3 Radiation integrals & auxiliary potential functions /2 = A Fig. 1.16b
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3 Copyright©2005 by Constantine. A. Balanis All rights reserved Chapter 3 Radiation integrals & auxiliary potential functions /2 λ << A Fig. 1.16c Copyright©2005 by Constantine. A. Balanis All rights reserved Chapter 3 Radiation integrals & auxiliary potential functions 3/ 2 < < A Fig. 1.16d Copyright©2005 by Constantine. A. Balanis All rights reserved Chapter 3 Radiation integrals & auxiliary potential functions Physical Antenna: Waveguide Aperture Copyright©2005 by Constantine. A. Balanis
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This note was uploaded on 11/01/2009 for the course EEE 443 taught by Professor Balanis during the Spring '08 term at ASU.

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