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By Y. Y. Kyi and J.-Y. Li

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It has long been known that the conical antenna has broadband characteristics and good radiation efficiency. The design considerations in reducing the size of top loaded conical antenna by using posts with lumped resistive loading are presented. The resulting antenna can achieve a VSWR of better than 2.0 over 100-800MHz frequency range. Results indicate that the addition of posts and lumped resistive loading has significant role in designing broadband antennas which are in small size.

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Y. Y. Kyi and J.-Y. Li, "Analysis of Electrically Small Size Conical Antennas," Progress In Electromagnetics Research Letters, Vol. 1, 85-92, 2008.

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