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A lumped circuit for wideband impedance matching of a non-resonant, short dipole or monopole antenna
By: Makarov, S.; Iyer, V.;
2009 / IEEE / 978-1-4244-3647-7
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' A lumped circuit for wideband impedance matching of a non-resonant, short dipole or monopole antenna ' In this study we have presented a new technique for wideband impedance-matching using a lumped circuit for relatively short non-resonant dipoles or monopoles. The belief is that one simple fixed-topology network can be used to perform wideband impedance matching for a variety of dipole-like antennas, thereby simplifying the matching process. The particular circuit suggested in the present paper includes five lumped components with common manufacturing values at VHF and UHF center frequencies. The circuit is not to be used on resonant dipoles/monopoles or to dipoles/monopoles above the first resonance. Its phase characteristics and the noise figure need to be optimized separately.
Lumped Parameter Networks
Noise Figure Optimization
Lumped Circuit Components
Wideband Impedance Matching
Nonresonant Short Dipole Antenna
Nonresonant Short Monopole Antenna
Vhf Center Frequency
Uhf Center Frequency
Resonant Dipole Antenna
Resonant Monopole Antenna