A toolbox of functions to accompany the author's online book on "Electromagnetic Waves & Antennas". The book may be downloaded from the web page
The toolbox includes functions for the design and analysis of multilayer film structures, antireflection coatings, polarizers, omnidirectional mirrors, narrow-band transmission filters, birefringent multilayer films and giant birefringent optics; impedance matching methods, quarter-wavelength multisection Chebyshev transformers, stub matching, and L, Pi and T-section reactive matching networks; analysis of transmission lines and waveguides; S-parameters, Smith charts, stability and gain circles, noise figure circles, and microwave amplifier design; computation of directivities and patterns of linear and aperture antennas; horn design; computation of diffraction integrals and knife-edge diffraction coefficients; antenna array design methods for sector and narrow beams; numerical methods for the Hallen and Pocklington integral equations; computation of self and mutual antenna impedances; coupled antennas; various types of azimuthal and polar gain plots; and several movies showing the propagation of pulses on terminated transmission lines and on cascaded lines, reflections from reactive terminations, fault location by TDR, crosstalk signals on coupled lines, and time-evolution of the field radiated by a Hertzian dipole antenna.
Usage examples are found throughout the above text. The functions were developed with R11.1, but they work with R13.
Muy buen toolbox, nos sirve mucho a los que estudiamos ingeniería.
A new version of this excellent toolbox is available at the link provided in File information above
Thanks for the nice toolbox!
how can i calculate dipole impedance that is over lossy ground
Thanks for the nice toolbox!
One comment: multidiel2 seems to have a problem: If i use a complex refractive index with positive imaginary part (ZnO in my case), the reflecitivity turns >1, suggesting gain. If i take the imaginary refractive index *(-1) instead, i get a more believable result.
Very comprehensive set of functions to give good assignments to the students based on these functions
Dear Sophocles Orfanidis,
This toolbox is just amazing ! My whole thesis is working on this. Thanks a million.
Now, I am using the array() to get the antenna gains. I would like to calculate the total radiated power of the antenna from the g and phi values which are used in the dbz () function.
Please let me know, how do I calculate the total radiated power of the antenna.
Good Toolbox, I have used dslab.m and dguide.m files which are related to (TE modes in dielectric slab waveguide- TE-mode cutoff wavenumbers in a dielectric slab ), I wanted to reproduce that for TM modes, could you please help me how can I change that for TM modes?
Good toolbox. Note that there is an error in multidiel2.m. The line that causes an error should be: delta = 2*pi*f(i)*l(m) * sqrt(nf(m+1)^2 - nf(1)^2*sin(theta)^2); % note (m+1) and theta
With regard to file chebarray. It is my understanding that the central element excitation will always be the largest with odd number of elements. Your program doesn't show this when element size becomes > 11. Could you provide an explanation?
This is really amzaing work. Worth the highest ranking.
i need the dipole block in my simulation
It saves my time for creating new programs
It is very useful.
Scripts are very useful.
1) I did not mean to give this package a rating of "2"; is there anyway to remove my previous review?
2) There is a more recent version of the MATLAB code available on the book's website, http://www.ece.rutgers.edu/~orfanidi/ewa/ It corrects the problem I mentioned in the previous review.
Matlab tells me that the variable 'th' is undefined in line 55 of file multidiel2.m; sure enough, 'th' has not been defined in terms of anything else. Has anyone else run into this?
Well done I am very satisfied, I hope if there is some software for reflector antennas, the field I am interrested in, many thanks.
Excellent Work ... espicially in antenna ...
I know it is easy to do myself with some operations but , it's better to write some other useful functions like : Field Pattern , Calculate HPBW and Antenna impedance Nomogramme .
Excellent work includes alot of very helpful mfiles.
Regarding the user review dated 2005-03-16, I would like to point out that I did not write that review! The reviewer mistakenly used my name instead of his/her own name in submitting the review.
Comprehensive and very well detailed.
An amazing amount of work.
This is simply the best reference to do antennas with MATLAB!
Very comprehensive set of tools for computing various antenna parameters. Very useful.