Sobre as Propriedades das Antenas

  1. Antennas, was published by John D. Kraus of the Ohio State University. Besides the title, Dr. Kraus noted this in a footnote on the first page of his book. Insects may have "antennae," but this form is not used in technical contexts.
  2. Cradle of Wireless, How Marconi Conducted Early Wireless Experiments in the Swiss Alps", Fred Gardiol & Yves Fournier, Microwave Journal, February 2006, pp. 124-136.
  3. Tesla said: "One of the terminals of the source would be connected to Earth the other to an insulated body of large surface. For more information, see "On Light and Other High Frequency Phenomena".
  4. "Guide to Wi-Fi Wireless Network Antenna Selection.". Retrieved on 2008-04-08. 
  5. Antenna Theory (3rd edition), by C. Balanis, Wiley, 2005, ISBN 0-471-66782-X;
  6. Antenna Theory and Design (2nd edition), by W. Stutzman and G. Thiele, Wiley, 1997, ISBN 0-471-02590-9;
  7. Antennas (3rd edition), by J. Kraus and R. Marhefka, McGraw-Hill, 2001, ISBN 0-072-32103-2;
  8. Antennenbuch, by Karl Rothammel, publ. Franck'sche Verlagshandlung Stuttgart, 1991; other editions
  9. Antennas for portable Devices, Zhi Ning Chen (edited), John Wiley & Sons in March 2007
  10. Broadband Planar Antennas: Design and Applications, Zhi Ning Chen and M. Y. W. Chia, John Wiley & Sons in February 2006
  11. The ARRL Antenna Book (15th edition), ARRL, 1988, ISBN 0-87259-207-5
  12. Antenna Theory
  13. Patch Antenna: From Simulation to Realization EM Talk
  14. Why an Antenna Radiates at ARRL
  15. Why Antennas Radiate, Stuart G. Downs, WY6EE (PDF)
  16. Understanding electromagnetic fields and antenna radiation takes (almost) no math, Ron Schmitt, EDN Magazine, March 2 2000 (PDF)
  17. EM Talk, "Microstrip Patch Antenna", (Theory and simulation of microstrip patch antenna)
  18. "Online Calculations and Conversions " Formulas for simulating and optimizing Antenna specs and placement
  19. "Microwave Antenna Design Calculator" Provides quick estimation of antenna size required for a given gain and frequency. 3 dB and 10 dB beamwidths are also derived; the calculator additionally gives the far-field range required for a given antenna.
  20. Sophocles J. Orfanidis, "Electromagnetic Waves and Antennas", Rutgers University (20 PDF Chaps. Basic theory, definitions and reference)
  21. Hans Lohninger, "Learning by Simulations: Physics: Coupled Radiators"., 2005. (ed. Interactive simulation of two coupled antennas)
  22. Justin Smith "Aerials". A.T.V (Aerials and Television), 2009. (ed. Article on the (basic) theory and use of FM, DAB & TV aerials)
  23. Antennas Research Group, "Virtual (Reality) Antennas". Democritus University of Thrace, 2005.
  24. "Support > Knowledgebase > RF Basics > Antennas / Cables > dBi vs. dBd detail". MaxStream, Inc., 2005. (ed. How to measure antenna gain)
  25. Yagis and Log Periodics, Astrosurf article.
  26. Raines, J. K., "Virtual Outer Conductor for Linear Antennas," Microwave Journal, Vol. 52, No. 1, January, 2009, pp. 76-86
  27. Electronic Radio and Engineering. F.E. Terman. McGraw-Hill
  28. Lectures on physics. Feynman, Leighton and Sands. Addison-Wesley
  29. Classical Electricity and Magnetism. W. Panofsky and M. Phillips. Addison-Wesley
  30. CLASS 343, Communication: Radio Wave Antenna

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