Low-Visibility Antennas for Communication Systems

Low-Visibility Antennas for Communication Systems PDF

Low-Visibility Antennas for Communication Systems – Low-visibility antennas have many attractive features, such as being low-profile, flexible, lightweight, small-volume, and low-cost. Low-Visibility Antennas for Communication Systems provides explicit guidelines for the development of these antennas.

Offering valuable insight into emerging antenna technologies, the book:

  • Introduces the fundamental theory of electromagnetics and antennas with few integral and differential equations, improving accessibility while providing sufficient mathematical detail
  • Presents state-of-the-art advancements in microstrip, millimeter (mm) wave microstrip, wearable, wearable tunable printed, wideband wearable meta-material, and fractal printed antennas
  • Discusses microwave integrated circuits (MICs), monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS), and low temperature co-fired ceramics (LTCC)

Low-Visibility Antennas for Communication Systems delivers a comprehensive and cutting-edge study of the design and application of low-visibility antennas, complete with design considerations, computed and measured results, and an extensive exploration of radio frequency and antenna measurements.

Review – Low-Visibility Antennas for Communication Systems

“… focused on small antennas, where interactions with small volume objects and with the human body have utmost importance. … provides detailed information on how to understand and design small antennas in such environments. Antenna designers will gain fresh ideas from insight into the author’s experience.”
―Prof. Ely Levine, Afeka College of Engineering, Tel Aviv, Israel

About the Author

Albert Sabban holds a Ph.D from the University of Colorado Boulder, USA; an M.Sc from Tel Aviv University, Israel; and a US patent on wideband microstrip antennas. Dr. Sabban is currently a senior lecturer in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at ORT Braude College, Karmiel, Israel.

He was previously a senior R&D scientist and project leader at Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd., Haifa, Israel; a teaching assistant in the Electrical Engineering Department at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology; and a research assistant in the Microwave and Millimeter Wave Computer Aided Design Center at the University of Colorado Boulder.

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