Antenna Research

Microwave Antenna Design

An antenna is an electromagnetic radiator; it creates an electromagnetic field that proceeds out from the transmitting antenna to the receiver’s antenna, which then converts the electromagnetic wave into electrical signals that are applied to the receiver’s input stages.

There are several different types of antennas in three broad categories: Omni-directional, directional, and semi-directional.

– Omni-directional antennas propagate in all directions.

– Semi-directional antennas propagate in a constricted fashion, defined by a specific angle.

– Directional antennas have a narrow “beam” that allows highly directional propagation; familiar types are the parabolic and Yagi. Each antenna has unique characteristics and applications.

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  • Antennas for MICS
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  • Dielectric Resonator Antennas
  • Microstrip Antennas
  • Planar Inverted-F Antennas
  • Flexible Antennas
  • Bow Tie Antennas
  • Short Dipole Antenna
  • Dipole Antenna
  • Monopole Antennas
  • Loop Antenna
  • Helical Antennas
  • Yagi-Uda Antennas
  • Array Antennas
  • Millimeter Wave Antennas
  • Frequency Selective Surfaces
  • Matching circuit design
  • Couplers
  • Power Dividers

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  • R&S ZVB 8 Network Analyzer
  • Spectrum Analyzer
  • Signal Generator
  • Power meters
  • Calibrated standard wide band antenna

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