Basic Principles of Electrically Small Antennas

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  • Author: Gary Breed
Electrically small antennas have been an important part of communications engineering since the beginning. Whether they are small compared to the extremely long wave- lengths used at the low-est radio frequencies, or intended to save space in GHz-range wireless devices, the basic principles are the same. This tutorial will review those principles, with primary atten-tion to describing the performance tradeoffs of small size.
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