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Sophocles Orfanidis

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09 Feb 2004 Screenshot Electromagnetic Waves & Antennas Toolbox Companion Software Author: Sophocles Orfanidis communications, waves, antennas, rf, transmission lines, sparameters 211 21
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06 Sep 2014 Electromagnetic Waves & Antennas Toolbox Companion Software Author: Sophocles Orfanidis Ahmad, Zaid

Very comprehensive set of functions to give good assignments to the students based on these functions

25 Apr 2014 Electromagnetic Waves & Antennas Toolbox Companion Software Author: Sophocles Orfanidis yoshit

18 Mar 2014 Electromagnetic Waves & Antennas Toolbox Companion Software Author: Sophocles Orfanidis karthik

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.

08 Dec 2013 Electromagnetic Waves & Antennas Toolbox Companion Software Author: Sophocles Orfanidis Ali

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?

13 Sep 2012 Electromagnetic Waves & Antennas Toolbox Companion Software Author: Sophocles Orfanidis Jon

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

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