Articles by Jeremy K. Raines
Forks in the Road of Antenna Analysis and Design
January 12, 2009
Dr. Jeremy Keith Raines, is a registered professional engineer and consultant with a focus on electromagnetics. Raines muses on new thinking in antenna analysis and design.
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January 9, 2009
What might have happened if antenna theory had taken another path, one that led to simplification instead of increasing mathematical sophistication? This column will explore one such “what if”. The example comes from the world of wire antennas; however, thanks to the Theory of Complementary Antennas, it also embraces small apertures. No doubt, such stories can be told about the world of large apertures as well.Read More
January 17, 2008
Some methods of antenna modeling and measurement lead directly to radiation patterns and total radiated power without the intermediate, and often tedious or impractical, step of calculating self and mutual impedances. 1 Still, it is often desirable and necessary to know the input impedance for each element in the...Read More