This example shows how to construct, visualize and analyze the antenna elements in the Antenna Toolbox.
This example shows how to construct, visualize, and analyze an antenna array from the Antenna Toolbox.
This example shows how to visualize surface currents on the half- wavelength dipole and how to observe the individual current components.
This example shows how to visualize the far fields for antennas and antenna arrays.
This example shows how to calculate and visualize the near-fields for antennas.
This example demonstrates the use of infinite array analysis to model the behavior of a single element - the unit cell embedded in the array - .
This example shows how to compute and visualize outdoor wireless coverage between a transmitter and receiver.
Input impedance, resonance, return loss, reflection coefficient, bandwidth
Charge distribution, current distribution
Radiation pattern, E-H fields, beamwidth, polarization, axial ratio
Active or scan impedance, array factor and pattern multiplication, coupling matrix, isolated or embedded element pattern
Side lobe control, beam scanning
Grating lobes are the maxima of the main beam, as predicted by the pattern multiplication theorem.
Method of Moments computation technique for metal antennas.
Method of Moments computation technique for metal and dielectric antennas.
Hybrid method of moments (MoM) physical optics (PO) computational technique in Antenna Toolbox™ allows you to model antennas near large scatterers such as parabolic reflectors.
Antennas are classified based on the radiation pattern or the feeding mechanism.
Antenna Toolbox uses two types of coordinate system: rectangular coordinate system and spherical coordinate system .
The Antenna Toolbox does not support the following features.