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Orfanidis, All Rights Reserved. The book exists in online form through the web page www. Links to this page may be placed on any web site. No part of this book may be reproduced, altered in any way, or transmitted in any form for commercial, profit, sale, or marketing purposes. Solutions Manual I am grateful to Mr.
Davide Ramaccia, student of Prof. Solutions to the rest of the problems are not yet available. Citations Print-on-Demand The book is also available in print-on-demand form.
Because of printer limitations, the book has been evenly split into two volumes, each with its own index, but with the list of references and appendices included only in volume two. Hardcover, size 8x11, vol. Code segments illustrating the usage of these functions are found throughout the book, and serve as a user manual. The inclusion of numerical methods was motivated by the desire to provide the reader with some simple tools for self-study and experimentation.
We felt that it would be useful and fun to be able to quickly carry out the computations illustrating various waves and antenna applications, and have included enough MATLAB code in each example but skipping all figure annotations that would enable the reader to reproduce the results. The functions may be grouped into the following categories: Design and analysis of multilayer film structures, including antireflection coatings, polarizers, omnidirectional mirrors, narrow-band transmission filters, birefringent multilayer films and giant birefringent optics.
Design of quarter-wavelength impedance transformers and other impedance matching methods, such as stub matching and L-, Pi- and T-section reactive matching networks. Design and analysis of dielectric slab guides, plasmonic waveguides, Sommerfeld wires, and Goubau surface wave lines.
Design and analysis of transmission lines and waveguides, such as microstrip lines. S-parameter functions for gain computations, Smith chart generation, stability, gain, and noise-figure circles, simultaneous conjugate matching, and microwave amplifier design.
Functions for the computation of directivities and gain patterns of linear antennas, such as dipole, vee, rhombic, and traveling-wave antennas, including functions for the input impedance of dipoles. Aperture antenna functions for open-ended waveguides, and horn antenna design.
Functions for diffraction calculations, such as diffraction integrals, and knife-edge diffraction coefficients, Talbot effect, Bethe-Bouwkamp model. Antenna array design functions for uniform, binomial, Dolph-Chebyshev, Taylor one-parameter and n-bar distributions, prolate arrays, Villeneuve arrays, sector-beam, multi-beam, Woodward-Lawson, and Butler arrays.
Functions for beamwidth and directivity calculations, and for steering and scanning. Numerical methods for solving the Hallen and Pocklington integral equations for single and coupled antennas and computing self and mutual impedances.
Several functions for making azimuthal and polar plots of antenna and array gain patterns. There are also several MATLAB movies showing the propagation of pulses in media with negative or superluminal group velocities, the propagation of step signals and pulses on terminated transmission lines, or propagating on cascaded lines, step signals getting reflected off reactive terminations, fault location by TDR, propagating crosstalk signals on coupled lines, and time-evolution of the field lines radiated by a dipole antenna.
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