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Smart antennas with MATLAB

Author: Frank B Gross
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill Education, [2015]
Series: McGraw-Hill's AccessEngineering.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : Second editionView all editions and formats
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The most complete, current guide to smart antenna design and performance. Featuring new coverage of reconfigurable antennas, vector antennas, and direction-finding antennas, this up-to-date resource offers a rigorous review of the basic electromagnetic principles that drive smart antenna design and development. Case studies and worked examples using MATLAB are provided. End-of-chapter assignments reinforce the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Gross, Frank B.
Smart antennas with MATLAB.
2015
(OCoLC)908700739
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Frank B Gross
OCLC Number: 913508600
Notes: Available through AccessEngineering.
"Originally published as Smart antennas for wireless communications: with MATLAB, copyright 2005"--Title page verso.
Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 377 pages).
Contents: A. About the author --
B. Preface --
Examples and solutions on the web --
For instructors --
C. Acknowledgments --
1. Introduction --
What is a smart antenna? --
Why are smart antennas emerging now? --
What are the benefits of smart antennas? --
Smart antennas involve many disciplines --
Overview of the book --
References --
2. Fundamentals of electromagnetic fields --
Maxwell's equations --
The helmholtz wave equation --
Propagation in rectangular coordinates --
Propagation in spherical coordinates --
Electric field boundary conditions --
Magnetic field boundary conditions --
Planewave reflection and transmission coefficients --
Propagation over flat earth --
Knife-edge diffraction --
References --
Problems --
3. Antenna fundamentals --
Antenna field regions --
Power density --
Radiation intensity --
Basic antenna nomenclature --
Friis transmission formula --
Magnetic vector potential and the far field --
Linear antennas --
Loop antennas --
References --
Problems --
4. Array fundamentals --
Linear arrays --
Array weighting --
Circular arrays --
Rectangular planar arrays --
Fixed beam arrays --
Fixed sidelobe canceling --
Retrodirective arrays --
References --
Problems --
5. Principles of random variables and processes --
Definition of random variables --
Probability density functions --
Expectation and moments --
Common probability density functions --
Stationarity and ergodicity --
Autocorrelation and power spectral density --
Covariance matrix --
References --
Problems --
6. Propagation channel characteristics --
Flat earth model --
Multipath propagation mechanisms --
Propagation channel basics --
Improving signal quality --
References --
Problems --
7. Angle-of-arrival estimation --
Fundamentals of matrix algebra --
Array correlation matrix --
Aoa estimation methods --
References --
Problems --
8. Smart antennas --
Introduction --
The historical development of smart antennas --
Fixed weight beamforming basics --
Adaptive beamforming --
References --
Problems --
9. Direction finding --
Loop antennas --
Adcock dipole antenna array --
Modern df applied to adcock and cross-loop arrays --
Geolocation --
References/notes --
Problems --
10. Vector sensors --
Introduction --
Vector sensor antenna array response --
Vector sensor direction finding --
Vector sensor beamforming --
Vector sensor cramer-rao lower bound --
Acknowledgment --
References --
Problems --
11. Smart antenna design --
Introduction --
Global optimization algorithms --
Optimizing smart antenna arrays --
Adaptive nulling --
Nec in smart antenna design --
Evolutionary antenna design --
Current and future trends --
References --
Problems.
Series Title: McGraw-Hill's AccessEngineering.
Other Titles: Smart antennas for wireless communications
Responsibility: Frank B. Gross.

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