Antenna Engineering Training

Antenna Engineering Training


Antenna Engineering Training Course by Example

Antenna Engineering Training course covers the theory and practice of antenna engineering, communications, radar, commercial and military applications. Learn how to system engineer, design and build different practical antenna types. Antenna applications and properties including EM, spectrum of frequencies covering HF, VHF, UHF and microwave, radar and space antennas anything from 50 kHz to 300 GHz.

Antenna Engineering Training is a hands-on Training course and everyone will design and build a simple antenna and verify and validate the properties in the class. ENO provides all the material and the testing equipment and the attendees will keep their antennas.

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With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

Antenna Engineering TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration: 3 days


◾Antenna Basics: Radiation, gain, directivity, efficiency, effective area, pattern, impedance, VZWR, Return
◾Loss, antenna noise temperature and polarization
◾Antenna Arrays
◾Antenna Computer Modeling
◾Antenna Design and Simulation
◾Antenna Gain and Polarization
◾Antenna Materials and Lens Antennas
◾Antenna Measurement Techniques
◾Axial Mode Helical Antennas
◾Antenna Components, Construction and Cost
◾Design the antenna to match the system criteria
◾Dipole and Monopole Antennas
◾Anechoic Chamber
◾Compact and Near-Field Antenna Measurements
◾Friis Transmission Equation
◾Horn Antennas
◾Log-Periodic Dipole Arrays
◾Loop Antennas
◾Low Noise Antennas
◾Microstrip Antennas
◾Modeling and Simulation of Antennas
◾Near-Field Antenna Measurement Techniques
◾Phased Array Antennas and Adaptive Techniques
◾Phased Array Antennas for Radar and Communications
◾Phased Array Technology
◾Phased Array Theory
◾Planar antennas
◾Portable (Small) Antennas
◾Radar Antennas
◾Reflector Antennas
◾SAR simulation
◾Slot Antennas
◾Spiral Antennas
◾Vehicle Mounted Antennas
◾VHF and UHF Antennas
◾Yagi-Uda Antennas

Course Content:

Introduction to Antennas
◾Antenna Basics
◾Radiowave Propagation: Physics and Applications
◾Introduction to Smart Antenna
◾Antenna Arrays
◾Phased Array Antennas

Basic Antenna Concepts
◾Antenna properties
◾The basics of sinusoids (sine and cosine waves), wavelength, frequency and the speed of light
◾Impedance, VSWR, RL, bandwidth, directivity, gain, radiation patterns, polarization,
◾Fundamental antenna elements
◾Frequency bands
◾Radiation pattern
◾Field regions
◾Efficiency and Antenna Gain
◾Beamwidths and Sidelobes
◾Types of antennas
◾The monopole
◾The dipole
◾The loop
◾The folded dipole
◾The slot
◾Resonant antennas
◾Traveling wave antennas
◾Frequency independent antennas
◾Aperture antennas phased arrays
◾Electrically small antennas
◾Circularly polarized antennas
◾Classification of antenna types
◾By frequency
◾By size
◾By directivity

Antenna Theory: Analysis and Design
◾Polarization of Waves
◾Polarization of Antennas
◾Effective Aperture
◾Friis Transmission Equation
◾Antenna Temperature
◾Why do Antennas Radiate?
◾Types of Antennas
◾Antenna Arrays
◾Antenna Measurements
◾Smith Charts and Impedance Matching
◾Antenna Design
◾Review of basic antenna types
◾Radiation pattern, gain, polarization
◾Equivalent circuit & radiation efficiency
◾Smart antennas
◾Types of Antennas
◾Radiation Mechanism
◾Thin Wire Antenna

Fundamental Parameters of Antennas
◾Radiation Pattern
◾Radiation Power Density
◾Radiation Intensity
◾Numerical Techniques
◾Antenna Efficiency
◾Beam Efficiency
◾Input Impedance
◾Antenna Radiation Efficiency
◾Antenna Vector Effective Length and Equivalent Areas
◾Maximum Directivity and Maximum Effective Area
◾Friis Transmission Equation and Radar Range Equation
◾Antenna Temperature
◾Linear Wire Antennas
◾Infinitesimal Dipole
◾Small Dipole
◾Region Separation
◾Finite Length Dipole
◾Half-Wavelength Dipole
◾Linear Elements Near or on Infinite Perfect Conductors
◾Ground Effects
◾Computer Codes
◾Loop Antennas
◾Small Circular Loop
◾Circular Loop of Constant Current
◾Circular Loop with Nonuniform Current
◾Ground and Earth Curvature Effects for Circular Loops
◾Polygonal Loop Antennas
◾Ferrite Loop
◾Mobile Communication Systems Applications

Arrays: Linear, Planar, and Circular
◾Two-Element Array
◾N-Element Linear Array: Uniform Amplitude and Spacing
◾N-Element Linear Array: Directivity
◾Design Procedure
◾N-Element Linear Array: Three-Dimensional Characteristics
◾Rectangular-to-Polar Graphical Solution
◾N-Element Linear Array: Uniform Spacing, Nonuniform Amplitude
◾Planar Array
◾Design Considerations
◾Circular Array

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