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Antenna Designer's Notebook-asymmetric vertical dipole antennas for MF AM transmitting

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An asymmetric vertical dipole is proposed as a surface wave transmitting antenna for low-, medium-, and high-frequency applications, where a strong vertically polarized wave is needed. This kind of vertical dipole antenna uses the supporting guys as part of the radiating structure, permitting a very high radiation efficiency, without the classical buried-wire artificial ground plane. It is basically intended for MF AM transmitting antennas, where high radiation efficiency is obtained, but with a simpler and more economical structure. Near-field and power-density analyses show that this antenna results in decreased power density close to the ground, so that power dissipation in the soil below it is avoided

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Antennas and Propagation Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:35 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

Jun 1993

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