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DESIGN OF A WIDE-ANGLE BICONICAL ANTENNA FOR WIDEBAND COMMUNICATIONS

By D. Ghosh, T. K. Sarkar, and E. L. Mokole

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Abstract:
The wide-angle bicone antenna terminated by a spherical cap is investigated. The antenna radiation patterns have been observed for various values of where represents the phase constant and represents the conical length. It is seen that for large values of the radiation pattern is limited within an angular sector bounded by the cones of the antenna. Next the antenna is optimized for ultra-wideband (UWB) operation through the use of loading techniques. The transient wideband radiated and received responses of the antenna have been observed and the relationship between the wave shapes of the transient field and the input pulse have been determined.

Citation:
D. Ghosh, T. K. Sarkar, and E. L. Mokole, "Design of a Wide-Angle Biconical Antenna for Wideband Communications," Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 16, 229-245, 2009.
doi:10.2528/PIERB09061508

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