Synthesis of ultrawideband planar dipole bow-tie antenna by neural-genetic method
Keywords:антена, синтез антен, розрахунок антен, ультраширокосмугові антени
AbstractResults of a synthesis of the ultrawideband (3.1–10.6 GHz) planar dipole bow-tie antenna are presented. The optimal design is achieved by properly modifying the linear contour profile of the conventional bow-tie antenna. Theoretical results were verified by measurements.
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