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  • Date: 24-06-2021, 09:48
24-06-2021, 09:48

Introduction to Antenna Theory - RAHAE102

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Introduction  to Antenna Theory - RAHAE102

MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44100 Hz
Language: English | Size: 3.74 GB | Duration: 13h 2m


What you'll learn
A complete understanding of antenna fundamentals
Calculation of radiation field of thin linear antenna
Electromagnetic wave propagation and Power flow
Linear monopole and dipole antennas
Antenna array techniques
Requirements
Electromagnetics
Calculus 1 and 2
Description
Description

In RAHAE 102 we would be concentrating on fundamentals of antenna and working principle of antenna. This course will cover all radiation mechanism of the antenna and description of radiation condition from the antenna. It includes Hertz dipole antenna and its parameters. Number of numerical problems have been solved after each topic to understand the basics of the course. This course describes the electromagnetic wave propagation and how antenna behave at receiver side. The theory and derivations of monopole and dipole antenna parameters covered in this course. The basic concept of antenna array, types of antenna array and its requirements with solved numericals have explained in easy manner.

This course is more of a academic level approach to Antenna Engineering taught on schools around the world

Since you would be having a lifetime access to this course you would be able to revisit during your career as year passes to refresh your memory

Instructor

The instructor of this course is Dr Akhilesh Verma. He has a Ph.D in Antenna Engineering concentration on Phased Array Antennas and Beam Forming of 5G networks and is a Antenna Engineering Scientist at Rahsoft.

What is the target audience?

Prerequisite for students planning to get Rahsoft RF Certificate for RAHAE 102 course which is a complete package of Fundamentals of antenna.

This course is set for professionals working in the area of antenna field.

Under graduate students

Antenna Engineer

Post graduate students taking antenna course

Research scholars in antenna field

Course content

Introduction

Antenna definition

Working principle of antenna

Radiation mechanism

Antenna radiation using potential function

Basic concept of Hertzian dipole antenna

Polar pattern of Hertzian dipole

Hertzian dipole reconsidered

Calculation of radiated power from Hertzian dipole

Calculation of radiation field of thin linear antenna

Electromagnetic wave propagation and Power flow

Some basics of Maxwell's equation

Plane wave propagation in free space

Calculation of Power flow associated with radiated energy

Antenna at receiver side

Linear monopole and dipole antennas

Concept of image theory to understand monopole antenna

Difference between monopole and dipole antenna

Dipole antenna concepts

Radiated power calculation of dipole antenna

Dipole antenna parameters

Relationship between current distribution on aperture and radiation pattern of the antenna

Antenna array techniques

Motive to move on antenna array

Two element array

One dimensional linear array

Array synthesis

Phased array

Aperture distribution and far-field pattern relationship

Two-dimensional stacked arrays

Non-uniform current excitation array

Binomial array

Antenna input impedance

Induced-emf method and mutual coupling

End-fire array example with mutual coupling

Who this course is for:
Electrical Engineers
Antenna Engineers
Electrical Engineering Students

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Introduction  to Antenna Theory - RAHAE102


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