Antennas are used in virtually all communication systems to interconnect devices, services, people, police officers, emergency responders, fire fighters, military personnel, government employees, hospital staff members, manufacturing employees, farm workers, utility and truck drivers, cell phones and computer networks, and all other aspect of our society. Antennas can be a piece of wire or an elaborate array of dishes in the desert. This material covers the basics of antenna theory and engineering practice for the technician and engineer and will form the basis for more detailed information yet to come.
Antenna Basics Part I: Theory & Specifications
Antenna Basics Part II: Types and Patterns