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EMF of an arbitrary structure

EMF of an arbitrary structure

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Generation of a standard EMF requires the application of standard transmitting and receiving antennas. Simple antennas are generally used in primary standards because their parameters can be calculated precisely. In this chapter, the parameters for simple antennas will be calculated theoretically, based on basic assumptions and simplifications. In particular, this chapter will consider a half-wave, symmetrical dipole antenna of large slenderness ratio and an electrically small loop antenna with uniform current distribution.

Chapter Contents:

  • 2.1 The near and the far field
  • 2.2 EMF of a thin, symmetric, resonant dipole antenna
  • 2.3 Homogeneity of EMF near a resonant dipole
  • 2.4 EMF of a small loop antenna
  • 2.5 Homogeneity of EMF near small loop

Inspec keywords: electric potential; transmitting antennas; dipole antennas; loop antennas; receiving antennas

Other keywords: large slenderness ratio; EMF; electrically small loop antenna; half-wave symmetrical dipole antenna; transmitting antennas; receiving antennas; simple antennas; uniform current distribution

Subjects: Single antennas

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