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Basic Antennas: Understanding Practical Antennas and Design
7 March 2013

Basic Antennas: Understanding Practical Antennas and Design
Joel R. Hallas, "Basic Antennas: Understanding Practical Antennas and Design"
2009 | ISBN: 087259999X | 181 pages | PDF | 38 MB


Basic Antennas is a comprehensive introduction to antennas--basic concepts, practical designs, and details of easy-to-build antennas. You ll learn how to make antennas that really work! This book will provide a foundation in antenna theory and design necessary for anyone undertaking more advanced topics such as those presented in The ARRL Antenna Book. Includes: Dipole Antennas, Antenna Impedance, Transmission Lines, Practical Two Element Arrays, Wideband and Multiband Antennas Reflector Antennas, Yagis for HF and VHF, Loop Antennas, Antennas for Microwave Applications, Vehicle Antennas, Antenna Measurements, Plus, an Introduction to Antenna Modeling...and much more!
Antennas for Information Super Skyways: An Exposition on Outdoor and Indoor Wireless Antennas
27 July 2010

Antennas for Information Super Skyways: An Exposition on Outdoor and Indoor Wireless Antennas
Antennas for Information Super Skyways: An Exposition on Outdoor and Indoor Wireless Antennas
Research Studies Press 2004 | 530 | ISBN: 0863802672 | PDF | 4
The primary goal of this book is to present the salient aspects of antenna principles and technology and relate these to wireless communications applications. It is written from a unique perspective, containing a mix of topics - theory, design and applications of outdoor and indoor antennas adopted in modern wireless communication systems. The authors cover the descriptions of these antennas along with the underlying principles and present the associated design perspectives based on relevant electromagnetic theory and radiation mechanisms. The scope of the book includes industry-oriented research, design and development aspects of wireless antennas. It is also suitable as a course text for students at post- and undergraduate levels. ...
Broadband Planar Antennas: Design and Applications
5 September 2010

Broadband Planar Antennas: Design and Applications
Broadband Planar Antennas: Design and Applications
258 pages | Dec 12, 2007 |ISBN:0470871741 | PDF | 8 Mb

The increasing demand for wireless communications has revolutionised the lifestyle of todayâ?ôs society and one of the key components of wireless technology is antenna design. Broadband planar antennas are the newest generation of antennas boasting the attractive features required, such as broad operating bandwidth, low profile, light weight, low cost and ease of integration into arrays or Radio Frequency (RF) circuits, to make them ideal components of modern communications systems
Wireless Safety Certification: This Title Maps to Wireless 5
1 November 2012

Wireless Safety Certification: This Title Maps to Wireless 5
Wireless Safety Certification: This Title Maps to Wireless 5
Publisher: Course Technology; 1 edition (September 21, 2009) | ISBN: 1435483766 | Pages: 224 | PDF | 3.31 MB


Intended for anyone from the mobile user to a student or professional working in a wireless environment, Wireless Safety serves to expose the reader to diverse technologies while mapping them to real world applications. It provides an overview of WAP (wireless application protocol) and how developers view these enabling technologies, and gives a peek into future trends. Topics include wireless signal propagation, IEEE and ETSI Wireless Standards, WLANs and Operation, Wireless Protocols and Communication Languages, Wireless Devices, and Wireless Security. Wireless Safety requires no pre-requisite knowledge and aims to educate in simple applications of these technologies. Wireless Safety breaks the myths of wireless computing and reveals the security aspects of wireless and what can be done to secure access, while preparing readers for success on the Wireless|5 certification from EC-Council. For those already in the field, this certification provides the knowledge to excel in the workplace and provides a path for career advancement. For those in the classroom, this book lays a strong foundation to explore technology further.
Antennas for Portable Devices
13 May 2011

Antennas for Portable Devices

Antennas for Portable Devices
Publisher: Wiley | ISBN: 0470030739 | edition 2007 | PDF | 307 pages | 11,4 mb


Offers a comprehensive and practical reference guide to antenna design and engineering for portable devices
Antennas are often the most bulky components in many portable wireless devices such as mobile phones. Whilst the demand for ever smaller and more powerful wireless devices increases, as does the importance of designing and engineering smaller antennas to fit these devices.
Antennas for Portable Devices provides a complete and cutting-edge guide to the design and engineering of small antennas for portable electronic devices such as mobile phone handsets, laptop computers, RFID (radio frequency identification), microwave thermal therapies devices, wearable devices, and UWB (ultra-wideband) based consumer devices.
Fresnel Zones in Wireless Links, Zone Plate Lenses and Antennas
21 November 2011

Fresnel Zones in Wireless Links, Zone Plate Lenses and Antennas

Fresnel Zones in Wireless Links, Zone Plate Lenses and Antennas

2000 | 345 | ISBN: 0890068496 | PDF | 11 Mb

A survey of Fresnel zones in microwave/millimeter-wave electromagnetics, this work covers theory, design and practical applications. It includes a detailed description of the application of Fresnel zones to microwave wireless communication links as well as a description of the state-of-the-art in newly created zone plate lens and antenna technologies. It also contains an overview of the basic electromagnetic equations for time harmonic fields, and a treatment of the Fresnel-Kirchoff diffraction theory. This resource should help the reader to understand Fresnel zones, zone plate devices and their practical uses, in particular the analysis and design of microwave communication links, Fresnel zone antennas for DBS, Fresnel zone plate lenses for radio telescopes, and conformal curvilinear zone plate antennas....
Vahid Tarokh, New Directions in Wireless Communications Research
15 May 2011

Vahid Tarokh, New Directions in Wireless Communications Research

Vahid Tarokh, New Directions in Wireless Communications Research
Publisher: Springer | ISBN: 144190672X | edition 2007 | PDF | 469 pages | 14.6 mb

New Directions in Wireless Communications Research addresses critical issues in the design and performance analysis of current and future wireless system design. Intended for use by system designers and academic researchers, the contributions are by acknowledged international leaders in their field.
Topics covered include: (1) Characterization of wireless channels; (2) The principles and challenges of OFDM; (3) Low correlation sequences for communications; (4) Resource allocation in wireless systems; (5) Signal processing for wireless systems, including iterative systems collaborative beamforming and interference rejection and network coding; (6) Multi user and multiple input multiple output (MIMO) communications; (7) Cooperative wireless networks, cognitive radio systems and coded bidirectional relaying in wireless networks; (8) Fourth generation standards such as LTE and WiMax and standard proposals such as UMB.
Channel-Adaptive Technologies and Cross-Layer Designs for Wireless Systems with Multiple Antennas
25 October 2013

Channel-Adaptive Technologies and Cross-Layer Designs for Wireless Systems with Multiple Antennas

Channel-Adaptive Technologies and Cross-Layer Designs for Wireless Systems with Multiple Antennas: Theory and Applications
by Vincent K.N. Lau, Yu-Kwong Ricky Kwok
English | 2006 | ISBN: 0471648655 | 544 pages | PDF | 6.2 MB

This innovative book sets forth two promising wireless approaches that support high-quality, high-speed data and multimedia service-multiple antenna technologies and cross layer transmitter adaptation designs-while highlighting the relationships and interactions between them. The latest advanced technologies of channel adaptation techniques for wireless communication systems with multiple antennas are thoroughly investigated.
Wireless Communications & Networks
27 August 2011

Wireless Communications & Networks

Wireless Communications & Networks
Publisher: Prentice Hall | 2004 | ISBN: 0131918354 | Pages: 576 | PDF | 56 MB

Wireless Communications and Networks, 2e, provides one of the most up-to-date and accurate overviews of wireless principles, technology, and application. It is ideal for courses in wireless networking, wireless communications, wireless data communications or wireless technology in departments of Computer Science, Engineering, IT, and Continuing Education.
Game Theory for Wireless Communications and Networking (Wireless Networks and Mobile Communications)
14 November 2013

Game Theory for Wireless Communications and Networking (Wireless Networks and Mobile Communications)

Game Theory for Wireless Communications and Networking (Wireless Networks and Mobile Communications)
English | 2011 | ISBN: 1439808899 | 585 pages | PDF | 19,8 MB

Used to explain complicated economic behavior for decades, game theory is quickly becoming a tool of choice for those serious about optimizing next generation wireless systems.