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Articles by R.A. Abd-Alhameed, D. Zhou, N.J. McEwan, P.S. Excell and A. Ghorbani

A CAD-oriented Approach to Design of Load Impedance and Input Matching in Active Transmitting Antennas

This article discusses a general computer-aided design (CAD) approach to obtain the optimal fundamental load impedance and design the input matching circuits for an active integrated antenna of the transmitting type. A case study of a design for 1.6 GH...
March 7, 2005
An active integrated antenna (AIA) may be defined as a system in which an active device, usually a transistor, is closely integrated within an antenna, using a minimum of intervening circuitry. In recent years, AIAs have been considered a useful approach for improving performance and reducing size in front-end...
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