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4nec2 simulation 2 ECE 4370

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This 8 page Study Guide was uploaded by Thomas on Sunday May 1, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to ECE 4370 at Auburn University taught by in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 30 views. For similar materials see Antenna Engineering in Electrical Engineering at Auburn University.

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Date Created: 05/01/16
Problem 1: The solution is on the appendix. The problem 5 and the problem worked out on slide 25 of the PDF use the same  coordinate to calculate the magnetic vector potential. The different between the  problems is the variable.  As the problem 5 is θ < θ< 1  with 2 is a constant, while the  latter is a <r<rb with θ is a constant. Problem 2:              Figure 1: 2D pattern for   0.                       Figure 2: 2D pattern for    45.           Figure 3:  2D pattern for    90.                      Figure 4: 3D pattern for   0       Figure 5: 3D pattern for    45                                Figure 6: 3D pattern for    90. This current is on the x plane , which is different to the assumed for an IED. (a) Figure 7: 2D pattern for    45 with the center of the antenna at 1,0,0. (b) Figure 8: 2D pattern for    45 with the center of the antenna at 0,1,0. (C) Figure 9: 2D pattern for    45 with the center of the antenna at 0,1,0. Problem 3: (a): Figure 10: two IEDs with d  0.01 (b): Figure 11: two IEDs with d  0.25 （c（: As the d is larger, the dipole increasingly inclined to the x­axis. Problem 4（ (a): Figure 12: two IEDs with d  0.01 (b): Figure 13: two IEDs with d  0.25 （c（: As the d is larger, the dipole increasingly inclined to the x­axis and the current increasingly  inclined to the dipole. Problem 5（ （a（（ Figure 14: two IEDs with d  0.01 Appendix:

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