By A. W. Rudge, K. Milne, A. D. Olver, P. Knight
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40) 2wc a sin 6 where p = — and u = . The far field amplitude pattern is given by the magnia X tude|F(ti)|. The simplest distribution of field across the aperture is when the electric field Ex(p) is constant. 41) ITU 40 Basic properties of antennas The sin (x)jx distribution is very important in antenna theory and is the basis for many antenna designs. It is plotted in Fig. 19. The level of the first sidelobe is at -13-2 dB below the peak level of the main beam. This is relatively high and is the main reason why a uniform aperture distribution is unacceptable in a large number of antenna situations.
The impedance of a waveguide is not single valued since, unlike coaxial cable, the electric and magnetic fields inside the waveguide are not purely transverse. An impedance can be defined based upon the transverse components of the electromagnetic fields of the fundamental mode in the waveguide, but in practice the input terminal to the antenna is often a waveguide flange and it is more convenient to employ waveguide matching techniques coupled with direct measurements of the voltage-standing-wave ratio (vswr) or return loss.
25 Electric current element distribution on antennas such as the cylindrical rod antenna, King16. The problem is simpler if the linear antenna is assumed to be infinitely thin so that the circumferential current flow can be neglected. The solution is then found by knowing the radiated fields of a differential element and integrating over the length of the antenna. The current distribution along the antenna is either known or can be approximated, allowing for end effects, to a sufficient accuracy for most practical purposes.