Radiation of UWB electromagnetic pulses
Keywords:ultra wideband antennas, pulse radiation, rod antenna
AbstractThe mechanisms of radiation and pulsed-field radiation pattern forming for rod and dipole (including the TEM-horn) antennas were analyzed using the experimental data obtained by measuring the parameters of the UWB pulse fields which are radiated by a long rod antenna excited by a short pulse (of nanosecond duration range).
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