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Wideband Antennas - Any material related to biconical, fractal antennas???

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Victor hyppolito, May 19, 2007.

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  1. Does anybody any material about these kind of antennas?? Im googling
    around but all i got was some datasheets, and I want some explanation
    about how they work!

    Thanks!
     
  2. joseph2k

    joseph2k Guest

    Biconical is not a broadband antenna, the radiating elements are dipoles.
    Easy to understand also, it is just dipoles wrapped in a circle and a
    circular reflector (dish like, parabolic in cross section) or two wide
    (squat) cones one above and one below. The analysis follows simply.

    Fractal antennas are vastly more difficult to analyze, having crushed
    graduate students posting here twice.
     
  3. LVMarc

    LVMarc Guest

    Victor,

    Focused wave Technology antennas provide wideband wdith opeation and a
    choice of bea pattern. Plus as these antennas are miniautrized using an
    inovvative (an now patented) technique, they occpuy 1/8 te volume of
    full sized antnneas. For the newly licensed UWB band (apporx 4-9 GC)
    fwt group has a small and well beahved (well matched0 devcie. the
    contruction of the antenna enables a place on th substrate to place the
    uwb source and receiver...right ont the antenna elements. this become
    crcuial for uwb systems aspects.
    Contact me for any special desig requirments.

    marc

    www.fwt.niat.net
     
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