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Chapter 5 - Loop Antennas

@inproceedings{1998Chapter5,
  title={Chapter 5 - Loop Antennas},
  author={},
  year={1998}
}
  • Published 1998
  • A loop antenna is a closed-circuit antenna—that is, one in which a conductor is formed into one or more turns so its two ends are close togethe r. Loops can be divided into two general classes, those in which both the total conductor length and the maximum linear dimension of a turn are very small compared with the wavelength, and those in which both the conductor length and the loop dimensions begin to be comparable with the wavelength. A “small” loop can be considered to be simply a rather la… CONTINUE READING
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