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EE 483/483L Antennas for Wireless Communications Spring 2008, 3-1 (4 credit hours)
 

Summary: EE 483/483L Antennas for Wireless Communications
Spring 2008, 3-1 (4 credit hours)
Instructor: Dr. Dimitris E. Anagnostou
Office: 319 Electrical Engineering/Physics (EEP) Building
Email: danagn@sdsmt.edu
Web: http://anagnostou.sdsmt.edu
Office hours: MWF 10:50-11:50 AM or by appointment
Lecture Room & Time: CEE 303, 10 - 10:50am, MWF
Text: Antenna Theory: Analysis and Design (3rd
Ed.), Balanis, 2005, ISBN 047166782X.
References and suggested material:
- Antenna Theory and Design by Stutzman and Thiele
- Antennas for all Applications by Krauss
- Advanced Engineering Electromagnetics by Balanis
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