Finally - a completely revised, updated, and expanded edition of the Artech House classic, Handbook of Antennas for EMC. The second edition features a wealth of brand new material, including chapters on recent techniques, standards, and measurements. This invaluable resource provides a thorough understanding of the practical aspects and underpinnings of antennas in EMC systems. Professionals find summaries of important underlying mathematics without the heavy theoretical emphasis that characterizes much of the existing literature.
Professionals discover which antennas to choose for electromagnetic (EM) compatibility and compliance. Moreover, this authoritative book offers a solid understanding of the main characteristics of an antenna in a qualitative manner. Essential reading for EMC engineers, this volume provides the knowledge needed to determine the right antenna for specific applications and offers guidance in conducting EMC testing.
Table Of Contents
Introduction to Antennas. Basic Math for EMC Engineers. Antenna Theory. Antennas for Frequencies Below 1 MHz. Antennas for Frequencies Between 1 MHz and 1 GHz. Antennas for Frequencies Above 1 GHz. Calibration of Antennas. Introduction to EMC Measurements. Theory and Applications of Measurement Sites and Enclosures. Acronyms and Abbreviations.