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a 9781447110033

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a Mushiake, Yasuto

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a SelfComplementary Antennas
h Elektronische Ressource
b Principle of SelfComplementarity for Constant Impedance
c by Yasuto Mushiake

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a 1st ed. 1996

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a London
b Springer London
c 1996, 1996

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a XIII, 128 p
b online resource

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a 4.3 Examples of selfcomplementary planar structures  5 MultiTerminal SelfComplementary Planar Structures  5.1 Rotationally symmetric multiterminal selfcomplementary planar structures  5.2 Singlephase excitations for rotationally symmetric multiterminal selfcomplementary planar structures  5.3 Axially symmetric multiterminal selfcomplementary planar structures  5.4 Axially symmetric twoport selfcomplementary planar structures  5.5 Couplingless property between loaded unipolenotch type selfcomplementary planar structures  6 ThreeDimensional SelfComplementary Structures  6.1 A pair of dual structures consisting of crossed infinite planar sheets of compound perfect conductors  6.2 Threedimensional complementary structures  6.3 Threedimensional selfcomplementary structures  6.4 Examples of threedimensional selfcomplementary structures  7 Stacked SelfComplementary Antennas  7.1 Stacking of selfcomplementary antennas 

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a 1 Introduction  1.1 Selfcomplementary and related broadband antennas  1.2 Background to the emergence of the selfcomplementary antenna  1.3 Brief history of selfcomplementary antennas  2 Fundamental Theories of Complementary Structures  2.1 A pair of mutually dual structures  2.2 Symmetrical and antisymmetrical electromagnetic fields  2.3 Electromagnetic fields for complementary planar structures  3 Impedance Relationships for Complementary Planar Structures  3.1 Input impedances of mutually complementary twoterminal planar structures  3.2 Input impedances of mutually complementary multielement planar structures  3.3 Examples of complementary planar structures  4 Origination of SelfComplementary Planar Structures and Discovery of their ConstantImpedance Property  4.1 Origination of selfcomplementary planar structures  4.2 Constantimpedance property of selfcomplementary planar structures 

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a 9.4 Nonconstantimpedance property of incorrectly arranged logperiodic structures  9.5 Other developmental studies for derivatives of rotationally symmetric selfcomplementary structures  10 Developmental Studies of Axially Symmetric SelfComplementary Antennas  10.1 Experimental study of equally spaced unipolenotch array antenna  10.2 Equally spaced unipolenotch array antenna on a conical ground plane for the circularly polarized wave  10.3 Unipolenotch alternate array antennas stacked on both edges of an angular conducting sheet  10.4 Unipolenotch array antennas formed on the substrate of a printed circuit  11 MonopoleSlot Type Modified SelfComplementary Antennas  11.1 Monopoleslot type antennas derived from the threedimensional selfcomplementary antenna  11.2 A monopoleslot antenna element as a limiting case  12 Conclusion  References  Author Index

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a 7.2 Coplanar stacked selfcomplementary antennas  7.3 Some variations of coplanar stacked selfcomplementary structures  7.4 Sidebyside stacked selfcomplementary antennas  7.5 Compoundstacked selfcomplementary antennas  8 General Considerations about Approximations and Modifications of SelfComplementary Antennas  8.1 Approximations and modifications for practical purposes  8.2 Approximation by truncation  8.3 Approximation by replacement with conducting rods  8.4 Modification by deformation  8.5 Modification by partial excision  8.6 An example of transformation from a selfcomplementary sheet structure to the conducting rod structure  9 Developmental Studies of Rotationally Symmetric SelfComplementary Antennas  9.1 Alternateleaves type selfcomplementary antenna  9.2 Approximation and modification of alternateleaves type selfcomplementary antennas  9.3 Modified fourterminal selfcomplementary antenna on conical surface 

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a Communications Engineering, Networks

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a Electrical engineering

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a SpringerLink (Online service)

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b SBA
a Springer Book Archives 2004

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u https://doi.org/10.1007/9781447110033?nosfx=y
x Verlag
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a 621.382

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a An antenna with a selfcomplementary structure has a constant input impedance, independent of the source frequency and of the shape of the structure. The principle for this property of constant impedance was discovered by Professor Mushiake himself. This is the first study which comprehensively describes the principles of selfcomplementarity in antennas. It explains the theory which was the basis of the development of this principle and presents various engineering applications with an emphasis on extremely broadband selfcomplementary antennas. SelfComplementary Antennas will be of particular interest to antenna engineers working with extremely large bandwidths and more generally to electrical engineers with an interest in the development of the field since 1948
