 Instructor: Bridget Bauer
 Lectures: 41
 Students: 1840
 Duration: 10 weeks
Antenna Theory is meant to provide the readers a detailed description of the antennas used in communication systems. After completing this tutorial, you will be able to calculate the parameters of an antenna and decide which antenna suits for which type of application and why.
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A learner who wants to go ahead with this tutorial needs to have basic concepts on Electromagnetic waves and a good hold on communication systems.
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Antenna Theory  Fundamentals

Lecture 1.1Antenna Theory – Fundamentals


Antenna Theory  Basic Parameters

Lecture 2.1Antenna Theory – Basic Parameters


Antenna Theory  Parameters

Lecture 3.1Antenna Theory – Parameters


Antenna Theory  Near and Far Fields

Lecture 4.1Antenna Theory – Near and Far Fields


Antenna Theory  Radiation Pattern

Lecture 5.1Antenna Theory – Radiation Pattern


Antenna Theory  Isotropic Radiation

Lecture 6.1Antenna Theory – Isotropic Radiation


Antenna Theory  Beam and Polarization

Lecture 7.1Antenna Theory – Beam and Polarization


Antenna Theory  Beam Width

Lecture 8.1Antenna Theory – Beam Width


Antenna Theory  Reciprocity

Lecture 9.1Antenna Theory – Reciprocity


Antenna Theory  Poynting Vector

Lecture 10.1Antenna Theory – Poynting Vector


Types of Antennas

Lecture 11.1Antenna Theory – Types of Antennas

Lecture 11.2Antenna Theory – Wire

Lecture 11.3Antenna Theory – HalfWave Dipole

Lecture 11.4Antenna Theory – HalfWave Folded Dipole

Lecture 11.5Antenna Theory – FullWave Dipole

Lecture 11.6Antenna Theory – Short Dipole

Lecture 11.7Antenna Theory – LongWire

Lecture 11.8Antenna Theory – VAntennas

Lecture 11.9Antenna Theory – Inverted VAntenna

Lecture 11.10Antenna Theory – Rhombic

Lecture 11.11Antenna Theory – Loop

Lecture 11.12Antenna Theory – Helical

Lecture 11.13Antenna Theory – Aperture

Lecture 11.14Antenna Theory – Horn

Lecture 11.15Antenna Theory – Slot

Lecture 11.16Antenna Theory – Micro Strip

Lecture 11.17Antenna Theory – Lens

Lecture 11.18Antenna Theory – Parabolic Reflector


Antenna Arrays

Lecture 12.1Antenna Theory – Antenna Arrays

Lecture 12.2Antenna Theory – Collinear Array

Lecture 12.3Antenna Theory – Broadside Array

Lecture 12.4Antenna Theory – Endfire Array

Lecture 12.5Antenna Theory – Parasitic Array

Lecture 12.6Antenna Theory – YagiUda Antenna

Lecture 12.7Antenna Theory – Logperiodic Antenna

Lecture 12.8Antenna Theory – Turnstile Antenna


Wave Propagation

Lecture 13.1Antenna Theory – Spectrum & Transmission

Lecture 13.2Antenna Theory – Types of Propagation

Lecture 13.3Antenna Theory – Lonosphere and its Layers

Lecture 13.4Antenna Theory – Terms in Wave Propagation


Completion of Course

Lecture 14.1Completion of Course
