Charge and current density distributions on moderately thick transmitting crossed-monopole antennas
Beyatte, William Edward
Burton, Robert Ward
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Charge and current density distributions in the vicinity of the cross junction of several configurations of electrically long, moderately thick, crossed-monopole antennas with an intersecting angle of 45 degrees were measured. The recorded data was compared with a monopole antenna with the same dimensions as the vertical segment of the crossed-monopole. Junction conditions such that there would be a maximum current/minimum charge and minimum current /maximum charge on the vertical monopole were investigated.
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