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In these designs, the reflective surface is created by the end of a conductor, normally a thin metal wire or rod, which in the simplest case has a feed point at one end where it is connected to a.

  • Additional elements in the antenna structure, which need not be directly connected to the receiver or transmitter, increase its directionality.

  • Although a square patch could be fed on two adjacent sides with the proper phases to obtain circularly polarized radiation, simpler circularly polarized patches have been developed.

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  • The greater Q for a given impedance transformation ratio, the greater network phase shift becomes.

  • Resonant antennas usually use a linear conductor or element , or pair of such elements, each of which is about a quarter of the wavelength in length an odd multiple of quarter wavelengths will also be resonant.




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