Antennas used for EMC testing possess several characteristics which make them ideal for use in a fast-paced, production-like EMC test environment. This article will briefly describe what these characteristics are, starting with the most important parameter – antenna factor.
With the help of a brand-new low-frequency miniature antenna, mobile robots will enjoy powerful networking even in complex environments.
Part II of this two-article series focuses on log-periodic and biconical antenna impedance, VSWR, and radiated emissions measurements.
This two-article series is devoted to a dipole family of antennas used in EMC testing: half-wave dipole, quarter-wave monopole, log-periodic, and biconical antenna. Part I presents the antenna models and the construction details.
Los Alamos National Laboratory engineers have developed a flat-panel technology with exciting implications for the world of communications.
What is an antenna Balun? The term balun is a portmanteau (a blending of two words) of balanced/unbalanced – BAL-UN.
This article describes a practical approach to the design and build of a sleeve dipole antenna mandated by a custom EMC standard.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has reached an agreement with an Alaskan telecommunications cooperative for violations of the Commission’s regulations regarding antenna towers. Under the ter... Read More...
This article explains the operation of a balun that transforms an unbalanced antenna structure into a balanced one.
Scientists from Rice University's Brown School of Engineering have created a new type of antenna made from carbon nanotube films.