A Brief Tutorial on Microstrip Antennas (Part 1) (.PDF Download)

A significant performance element in communication and radar systems—as well as wireless devices—is the antenna. It may be defined as a transducer between a guided electromagnetic (EM) wave propagating along a transmission line, and an EM wave propagating in an unbounded medium (usually free space) or vice versa.1 The antenna is required to transmit or receive EM energy with directional and polarization properties suitable for the intended application.

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