INVESTIGATION OF AN ELECTRICALLY SMALL HALF-LOOP ANTENNA EMBEDDED WITH A NON-FOSTER NETWORK USING THE CHARACTERISTIC MODE THEORY

@inproceedings{Sun2017INVESTIGATIONOA,
  title={INVESTIGATION OF AN ELECTRICALLY SMALL HALF-LOOP ANTENNA EMBEDDED WITH A NON-FOSTER NETWORK USING THE CHARACTERISTIC MODE THEORY},
  author={Li Sun and Baohua Sun and Guanxi X. Zhang},
  year={2017}
}
An electrically small half-loop antenna (ESHLA) embedded with Foster elements is analyzed using the characteristic mode (CM) theory. The resonant frequency and radiation characteristics of the ESHLA are mainly determined by the resonant mode (Mode 1). The characteristic currents of resonant mode (Mode 1) and non-resonant mode (higher order mode) prove the parallel resonance of the ESHLA. However, owing to the modal significance (MS) of the resonant mode varying fast with frequency, the proposed… CONTINUE READING

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