Microstrip antenna with complex configuration of radiators





microstrip, disk patch, log-periodic discontinuty, radiation pattern


The results of investigations of complicated structures, which are microstrip objects with complex configuration of discontinuities are presented. The influences of internal parameters on integral characteristics are studied. The spectral characteristics, matching characteristics with external circuits, the pattern characteristics are presented.


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