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Symmetrical linear antennas driven by two-wire lines

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Author(s): Surutka Jovan V. | Veličković Dragutin M.

Journal: Serbian Journal of Electrical Engineering
ISSN 1451-4869

Volume: 1;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 27;
Date: 2003;
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Keywords: linear antenna | integral equation | antenna input impedance | two-wire line

ABSTRACT
A new theoretical approach to the problem of the symmetrical linear antenna driven by a two-wire line is presented. Then symmetrical linear antenna and the feeder line are treated as a unique boundary-value problem leading to a system of two simultaneous integral equations containing antenna and line currents as unknown sub-integral functions. The integral equations are approximately solved by the so-called point-matching method. Due to the mutual coupling between the antenna and the line, a new conveniently defined apparent driving-point admittance is to be introduced. The method is applied on several types of linear antennas: Centre driven symmetrical dipole antenna, Centre-driven V-antenna, Cage antenna, H-antenna and System of two parallel non-staggered dipoles antennas, positioned in the air over semi-conducting ground. Then theoretical results for admittances were compared with the experiments and remarkably good overall agreement has been found. On the contrary, a comparison with the corresponding theoretical results obtained with the idealized delta-function generator revealed remarkable discrepancies.
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