What Is An Antenna | Types Of Antenna | Practical Uses

What Is An Antenna | Types Of Antenna | Practical Uses
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What Is An Antenna?

An antenna may be is also an electrical device/transducer that converts the radio-frequency(RF) fields into alternating current(AC) or vice versa. There are both receiving and transmission antennas for sending/receiving radio transmissions. Antennas play an important foreword in the operation of all radio equipment. They are used in wireless LAN(local area networks), mobile telephony, and satellite communication.

TYPES OF ANTENNAS

  • Wire Antennas
    • Short Dipole Antenna
    • Dipole Antenna
    • Loop Antenna
    • Monopole Antenna
  • Log Periodic Antennas
    • Bow Tie Antennas
    • Log-Periodic Antennas
    • Log-Periodic Dipole Array
  • Aperture Antennas
    • Slot Antenna
    • Horn Antenna
  • Microstrip Antennas
    • Rectangular Microstrip Patch Antenna
    • Quarter-Wave Patch Antenna
  • Reflector Antennas
    • Flat-plate Reflector Antenna
    • Corner Reflector Antenna
    • Parabolic Reflector Antenna
  • Lens Antennas
  • Travelling-wave Antennas
    • Long Wire Antenna
    • Yagi–Uda Antenna
    • Helical Wire Antenna
    • Spiral Antenna
  • Array Antennas
    • Two-Element Array Antenna
    • Linear Array Antenna
    • Phased Array Antennas

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What Is An Antenna | Types Of Antenna | Practical Uses
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What Is An Antenna | Types Of Antenna | Practical Uses
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what is an antenna - is also a transducer that converts the radio-frequency(RF) fields into alternating current(AC) or vice versa.
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