PROJECT TITLE :
Implementation and Analysis of Discretely Loaded Resistive Dipoles Using Planar Resistor Technology
Discretely loaded resistive dipoles were designed and realized using planar resistor technology (PRT) for use briefly-pulse radiation and reception. 1st, the radiated electrical fields of the resistive dipoles were theoretically derived using dipole currents and resultant vector potentials. The antennas were then designed considering the results of the quantity of segments and printed circuit board (PCB) termination on pulse radiation and reception characteristics. The numerical results of the determined models show a sensible accuracy toward the theoretical continuous profile. The PRT employed in this study is easy to create, whereas guaranteeing the mechanical stability of the antenna structure. The antennas were implemented on PCBs, and also the loading profiles realized utilizing the resistive layer laminated to the substrate. The implemented antennas were measured and their performances evaluated in the time domain. Finally, the features of the designed antennas in brief-pulse radiation and reception applications were investigated both numerically and experimentally.
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