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2 EE 483/483L Antennas for Wireless Communications 3 Spring 2009, 2-2 (4 credit hours)
 

Summary: 2 EE 483/483L Antennas for Wireless Communications
3 Spring 2009, 2-2 (4 credit hours)
Instructor: Dr. Dimitris E. Anagnostou, Office: PE-319 (Electrical Engineering/Physics
Building), danagn@sdsmt.edu , http://anagnostou.sdsmt.edu
Lecture Room: 10 - 10:50am (MWF), Chem Chem Eng. 303
Office Hours: 10:50-11:50AM (MWF) or by appointment
TA: Mr. Ahmad Gheethan, Office: PE-213, ahmad.gheethan@mines.sdsmt.edu
Text: Balanis C., "Antenna Theory: Analysis and Design" 3rd
Ed., Wiley, 2005, (ISBN:
047166782X). Students are encouraged to keep the textbook.
0 Suggested
1 References:
Stutzman W., Thiele G., "Antenna Theory and Design" (Wiley, 1997)
Kraus J, Marhefka R., "Antennas for all Applications" (McGraw-Hill, 2001)
Balanis C., "Advanced Engineering Electromagnetics" (Wiley, 1989)
EE 483/483L Course Description: Introduction to antenna design, measurement, and theory for
wireless communications including fundamental antenna concepts and parameters (directivity,
gain, patterns, etc.), matching techniques, and signal propagation. Theory and design of linear,
loop, and patch antennas, antenna arrays, and other commonly used antennas. Students will
design, model, build, and test antenna(s). (Design content- two (2) credits).

  

Source: Anagnostou, Dimitris E. - Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences