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  • Two-element assembly of measuring antennas for a 1-12.75 GHz frequency range
    In this. case, it has appeared. that the low fre- quency and high kequency logperiodic antennas (LPA- LF and the LPA- HF ) should consist of 14dipoles.
  • A low cost extension of spectrum analysers to dosimeters
    A picture of the Hyperlog 7040 antenna and the Spectran HF -4040 can be found in figure... The characteristics of a logperiodic antenna are a broad frequency range, moderate size, directivity, low cost, and no power supply is needed.
  • History of International Broadcasting, Volume 1
    In the late 1960s, the advent of the logarithmic-periodic antenna and its application to HF communications was later followed by its application to SW transmitters with powers of up to 100 kW or so. The horizontally polarised logperiodic , with its single-mast support, was found to be suitable for a rotatable...
  • Antennas: Fundamentals, design, measurement
    First we refer to the wire-trapezoidal-tooth antenna of Fig. 7–13b, which is frequently used as a moderately directive steerable (rotatable) HF communication antenna . ...the same role in the antenna design as the angle a in the logperiodic dipole array (Fig...
  • Wire grid modeling with interactive graphics
    Figure 1 shows a model o f an E6-A a i r c r a f tw i t h HF antenna . and logperiodic antennas.
  • THz Josephson spectral analysis
    The admittance of vered from the dc I-V and dV/dI various applied magnetic fields Logperiodic geometry of the separation of vibrators in in logarithmic periodicity of a antenna admittance. ...of radiation, art in the form of an odd- d the voltage V = hf /2e. u3O7-x .
  • Electromagnetic Compatibility in Railways
    Other radio sources may be found in the HF band (between a few MHz and a ten... amplitude modulated signal fed from a RF signal generator to an amplifier and then an antenna . For the normally used antennas (biconical and logperiodic antennas) the electromagnetic field is applied in both polarizations...
  • A description of the hardware element of the NASA EME flight tests
    HF source. This system was a trailer mounted equipmentcontainerthat held a 1kW transmitterand a log periodic antenna . The logperiodic had a gain of 7.5 dBi and couldbe positionedin either verticalor horizontalpolarization.
  • Log periodic dipole arrays
    ...of “all-wave�? rotatable beams of very low cross section for usein the hf to uhf spectrum. I4 I. INTRODCCTION OG periodic antenna design has been the subject of several papers over the past... ~ - ~ Logperiodic antenna designs are available, for example, which pro- videomnidirectional,bidirectional,orunidirectional radiation patterns and...
  • Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility - Chapter 7 Antennas
    In the measurement of radiated emissions for compliance verification, the biconical antenna is typically used in the frequency range of 30 – 200 MHz, whereas the logperiodic antenna is typically used in the remainder of the band from 200 MHz to 1... ...cones (assumed free space), J ¼ 0, ~ ~ ^ ^~ ^ ¼ Hf af and E...

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