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wt is dielectric antennaa..??

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kishorekumar_ms

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dielectric petosa rapishare

please help me to know something about delectric antennaaa.... ny information regarding this antenna is fine 4 me...

kishore......
 

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It's used in millimeter-wave application, because of low loss property and small size.
 

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please write the rapidshare password for downloading! thanks
 

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At the moment there are only 2 published books dedicated
exclusively for the analysis of the dielectric resonator antennas
(1st from Luk, 2nd from Petosa).

The easiest approach into the understanding of their operation
is to study dielectric resonators first, and then move into the
concept in using them as antennas. Also knowledge of dielectric
waveguide theory and electromagnetic modes helps a lot.

These type of antennas is still something new and under development,
although this topic is more than 20years old.

I am wondering when the first wireless product, based on DRA, will be
introduced into the market... a challenge that still remains
unsatisfied as far as DRA technology is concerned...
 

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hi clpia,

am vry hpy with ur valuable information.., can u send information links about these books online....


kishore...
 

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1st book:
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Dielectric Resonator Antennas
Publisher: Research Studies Press (June 1, 2002)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 086380263X
ISBN-13: 978-0863802638
Hardcover: 380 pages


2nd book:
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Dielectric Resonator Antenna Handbook

ISBN 978-1-59693-206-7
Aldo Petosa
336 pages.
Copyright 2007
Artech House

A bit expensive but it's worth having them if you are into DRAs.
Enjoy
 

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if you have them please upload them ! regards.
 

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oh, sorry, i don't have them in e-form. i have the actual paper
books only!
 

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cplia said:
1st book:
-----------
Dielectric Resonator Antennas
Publisher: Research Studies Press (June 1, 2002)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 086380263X
ISBN-13: 978-0863802638
Hardcover: 380 pages


2nd book:
-----------
Dielectric Resonator Antenna Handbook

ISBN 978-1-59693-206-7
Aldo Petosa
336 pages.
Copyright 2007
Artech House

A bit expensive but it's worth having them if you are into DRAs.
Enjoy
can u upload this 2nd book please--or can u send it to me------------my email id is-------------sdpt123_maity@yahoo.co.in

please help me
 

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