Introduction to Ultra-wideband Antennas

  title={Introduction to Ultra-wideband Antennas},
  author={Hans Gregory Schantz},
In addition, a UWB antenna is preferentially nondispersive, having a fixed phase center. If waveform dispersion occurs in a predictable fashion it may be possible to compensate for it, but in general it is desirable to radiate similar waveforms in all directions. A logperiodic antenna is an example of a dispersive antenna. Larger scale components radiate low frequency components while smaller scale components radiate high frequency components. The result is a chirp-like, dispersive waveform… CONTINUE READING
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