Antennas Syllabus2019-09-09T10:59:37+02:00

Antennas Course Syllabus

  • Introduction

    • What is an antenna
    • How does it function
    • Scientific and technological background
    • References
    • Software packages
    • Israeli industry
    RF Microwave and Wireless free Tutorial-Introduction
  • The radiation mechanism

    • Electromagnetic waves
    • Diffraction and interference
    • Current and field sources
    • Maxwell equations
    • Near field and far field
    • Antenna arrays
    RF Microwave and wireless Free Tutorial-Noise in Communication Systems
  • Main Parameters

    • Power density radiated by an antenna
    • Beamwidth
    • Directivity and Gain
    • Effective area and efficiency
    • Rradiation pattern and beamwidth
    • Aperture tapering and side lobes
    • Polarization and polariation Loss
    • Impedance matching
    • Bandwidth
    • Noise temperature
  • Wire Antennas

    • Dipole
    • Monopole
    • Loop
    • Helix
    • PIFA and miniaturized antennas
    • Yagi-Uda array
    • Log-periodic array
    • Effects of ground plane
  • Arrays

    • Interference between 2 radiators
    • Array factor
    • Linear arrays
    • Planar arrays
    • Weighted arrays and side lobes
    • Mutual coupling between elements
    • Beam tilt and beam scanning
  • Aperture Antennas

    • Duality between currents and fields
    • Apertures
    • Slots
    • Open waveguides
    • Horns
    • Rreflectors
    • Pparabolic dish
  • Printed Antennas

    • Microstrip element
    • Feeding techniques
    • Linear and planar arrays
    • Conformal arrays
    • Beam shifting
    • Efficiency and bandwidth
    • Polarization
  • Measurements

    • Radiation patterns
    • Gain and directivity
    • Coordinate systems
    • Polarizations
    • Antenna ranges

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