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Bibliography - Antenna and Radiation Theory

Author: Edmund A. Laport

General Textbooks

1001. Stratton, J. A., Electromagnetic Theory, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., New York, 1941.

1002. Kraus, J. D., Antennas, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., New York, 1950.

1003. Institute of Radio Engineers, Standards on Antennas, Modulation Systems and Transmitters - Definitions of Terms, New York, 1948.

1004. Skilling, H. H., Fundamentals of Electric Waves, 2d ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 1948.

1005. Terman, F. E., Radio Engineers' Handbook (Chapter 11), McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., New York, 1944.

1006. American Radio Relay League, ARRL Antenna Handbook, West Hartford, Conn.

Radiation and Antenna Theory

1007. Alford, A., Discussion of Methods Employed in Calculation of Electromagnetic Fields of Radiating Conductors, Elec. Comm. 15:70, July, 1936.

1008. Ballantine, S., On the Optimum Transmitting Wave Length for a Vertical Antenna over Perfect Earth, Proc. IRE, 12:833, December, 1924.

1009. Ballantine, S., On the Radiation Resistance of a Simple Vertical Antenna at Wave Lengths below the Fundamental, Proc. IRE, 12:823, December, 1924.

1010. Barrow, W. L., Impedance of a Vertical Half-wave Antenna above an Earth of Finite Conductivity, Proc. IRE, 23:150, February, 1935.

1011. Barzilai, G., Mutual Impedance of Parallel Aerials, Wireless Engr., 25:343, November, 1948.

1012. Bechmann, R., Calculation of Electric and Magnetic Field Strengths of Any Oscillating Straight Conductors, Proc. IRE, 19:461, March, 1931.

1013. Bechmann, R., Calculation of Radiation Resistance of Antennas and Antenna Combinations, Proc. IRE, 19:471, August, 1931.

1014. Born, H., Energy Distribution in the Near Field of Electromagnetic Radiators, in Particular in Front of Diaphragms and Reflectors (Treated by Acoustical Methods); abstract, Wireless Engr.t 21:188, April, 1944.

1015. Bouwkamp, C. J., Hallen's Theory for a Straight, Perfectly Conducting Wire, Used as a Transmitting or Receiving Aerial, Physica, 9:609, July, 1942.

1016. Brown, G. H., and R. King, High-frequency Models in Antenna Investigations, Proc. IRE, 22:457, April, 1934.

1017. Brown, G. H., Phase and Magnitude of Earth Currents near Radio Transmitting Antennas, Proc. IRE, 23:168, February, 1935.

1018. Brown, G. H., and 0. M. Woodward, Experimentally Determined Impedance Characteristics of Cylindrical Antennas, Proc. IRE, 33:257, April, 1945.

1019. Carter, P. S., Circuit Relations in Radiating Systems and Applications to Antenna Problems, Proc. IRE, 20:1004, June, 1932.

1020. Cleckner, D. C., Effect of Feed on Pattern of Wire Antennas, Electronics, August, 1947, p. 103.

1021. Colebrook, F. M., Electric and Magnetic Fields for a Linear Radiator Carrying a Progressive Wave, J. IEE, 89:169, February, 1940.

1022. Colebrook, F. M., and A. C. Gordon-Smith, Method of Calibrating Field Strength Measuring Set, J. IEE, 90:15, March, 1941.

1023. Cox, C. R., Mutual Impedance between Vertical Antennas of Unequal Heights, Proc. IRE, 35:1367, November, 1947.

1024. Essen, L. and M. H. Oliver, Aerial Impedance Measurements, Wireless Engr., 22:587, December, 1945.

1025. Forbes, H. C., Re-radiation from Tuned Antenna Systems, Proc. IRE, 13:363, June, 1925.

1026. Foster, R. M., Directive Diagrams of Antenna Arrays, Bell System Tech. J. 5:292, January, 1926.

1027. Friis, H. T., A Note on a Simple Transmission Formula, Proc. IRE, 34:254, May, 1946. (Effective areas of transmitting and receiving antennas.)

1028. Gray, M. C., Modification of Hallen's Solution of the Antenna Problem, J. Applied Phys., 16:61, January, 1944.

1029. Green, E., Extended Aerial Systems; Calculating the Polar Diagrams, Wireless Engr., 19:195, May, 1942.

1030. Grosskopf, J., Radiation Field of a Vertical Transmitting Dipole over Stratified Ground, Wireless Engr., 20:245, May, 1943.

1031. Hallén, E., Theoretical Investigations into the Transmitting and Receiving Qualities of Antennas, Nova Ada Upsaliensis, ser. IV, 11 :No. 4, 1938.

1032. Hansen, W. W., and J. G. Beckerley, Concerning New Methods of Calculating Radiation Resistance, either with or without Ground, Proc. IRE, 24:1594, December, 1936.

1033. Hansen, W. W., and J. R. Woodyard, A New Principle in Directional Antenna Design, Proc. IRE, 26:333, March, 1938.

1034. Harrison, C. W., Jr., and R. King, Receiving Antenna in a Plane-polarized Field of Arbitrary Orientation, Proc. IRE, 32:35, January, 1941.

1035. Harrison, C. W., Jr., Mutual Impedance of Antennas, /. Applied Phys., 14:306, June, 1943.

1036. Harrison, C. W., Jr., Approximate Representation of the Electromagnetic Field in the Vicinity of a Symmetrical Radiator, J. Applied Phys., 15:544, July, 1944.

1037. Howe, G. W. O., Equivalent Inductance and Capacity of an Aerial with Inserted Tuning Coil or Condenser, Exp. Wireless, 5:297, June, 1928.

1038. Howe, G. W. O., Applying Transmission Line Theory to Aerials, Wireless Engr., 15:1, January, 1939.

1039. Howe, G. W. O., Radiation Resistance of a Half-wave Dipole Aerial, Wireless Engr., 22:153, April, 1945.

1040. Jachnow, W., Mutual Impedance of Inclined Rectilinear Conductors with Progressive Waves, ENT, July, 1939, p. 177.

1041. Jachnow, W., Theoretical Investigations of Radiation Diagrams and Radiation Resistance for Progressive Waves of Various Phase Velocities; abstract, Wireless Engr., 20:87, February, 1943.

1042. Jordan, E. C., Acoustic Models of Radio Antennas, Ohio State Univ. Engineering Series, Vol. 10, No. 3, May, 1941. 1042A. Jordan, E. C., and W. L. Everitt, Proc. IRE, 29:186, April, 1941.

1043. Kelvin, W., Radiation Field of an Unbalanced Dipole, Proc. IRE, 34: 440, July, 1946.

1044. King, D. D., Measured Impedance of Cylindrical Dipoles, /. Applied Phys., 17:844, October, 1946.

1045. King, L. V., On the Radiation Field of a Perfectly Conducting Base Insulated Cylindrical Antenna over a Perfectly Conducting Plane Earth, and the Calculation of Resistance and Reactance, Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. (London), 236:381, Nov. 2, 1937.

1046. King, R., and B. C. Dunn, Currents Excited on a Conducting Plane by a Parallel Dipole, Proc. IRE, 36:221, February, 1948.

1047. King, R., and F. G. Blake, Jr., Self-impedance of a Symmetrical Antenna, Proc. IRE, 30:335, July, 1942.

1048. King, R., and C. W. Harrison, Distribution of Current along a Symmetrical Center-driven Antenna, Proc. IRE, 31:548, October, 1943.

1049. King, R., Coupled Antennas and Transmission Lines, Proc. IRE, 31:626, November, 1943.

1050. King, R., and C. W. Harrison, Jr., Impedance of Short, Long, and Capaci-tively Loaded Antennas with a Critical Discussion of the Antenna Problem, J. Applied Phys., 16:170, February, 1944.

1051. King, R., and C. W. Harrison, Jr., Mutual and Self-impedance for Coupled Antennas, J. Applied Phys., 15:481, June, 1944.

1052. Labus, J., Recherische Ermittlung der Impedanz von Antennan, Hoch-frequenztechnik und Elektroakustic, January, 1933, p. 17.

1053. Levin, S. A., and C. J. Young, Field Distribution and Radiation Resistance of a Straight Vertical Unloaded Antenna Radiating at One of Its Harmonics, Proc. IRE, 14:675, October, 1926.

1054. McPetrie, J. S., Graphical Method for Determining the Magnitude and Phase of the Electric Field in the Neighborhood on an Antenna Carrying a Known Distribution of Current, /. IEE, 69:290, February, 1931.

1055. McPetrie, J. S., Method for Determining the Effect of the Earth on the Radiation from Aerial Systems, J. IEE, 70:382, March, 1932.

1056. McPetrie, J. S., and J. A. Saxon, Theory and Confirmation of Calibration of Field Strength Sets by Radiation, J. IEE, 88:11, May, 1941.

1057. Moullin, E. B., Radiation Resistance of Aerials Whose Length Is Comparable with the Wavelength, J. IEE, 78:540, May, 1936.

1058. Murray, F. H., Mutual Impedance of Two Skew Antenna Wires, Proc. IRE, 21:154, January, 1933.

1059. Neiman, M. S., Principle of Reciprocity in Antenna Theory, Proc. IRE, 31:666, December, 1943.

1060. Neissen, K. F., Ground Absorption for Horizontal Dipole Aerials, Ann. der Physik, July, 1938, p. 444.

1061. Neisaen, K. F., Choice between Horizontal and Vertical Dipole Aerials for Minimum Earth Absorption with Given Wavelength and Soil Type, Ann. der Physik, November, 1938, p. 403.

1062. Neissen, K. F., Radiation from a Dipole, Ann. der Physik, p. 209, February, 1937.

1063. Neissen, K. F., and G. de Vries, Receiving Impedance of a Receiving Antenna, Physica, July, 1939, p. 601.

1064. Neissen, K. F., Calculation of Field Strength of a Half-wave Aerial, Physica, September, 1940, p. 23.

1065. Pippard, A. B., 0. J. Burrel, and F. F. Cromie, The Influence of Re-radiation on Measurements of the Power Gain of an Aerial, J. IEE, 93 :IIIa:720, March-May, 1946.

1066. Pistolkors, A. A., Radiation Resistance of Beam Antennas, Proc. IRE, 17:562, March, 1929.

1067. Ramsay, J. F., Fourier Transforms in Antenna Theory, Marconi Review, Nos. 83-87, October-December, 1946.

1068. Roubine, E., Les Récentes theories de l'antenne, L'Onde électrique, 27:32, 57, 104, 160, January-April, 1947; Same paper in Spanish, Las nuevas teorías de la antena, Revista de telecomunicación, 3:2, December, 1947.

1069. Schelkunoff, S. A., On Diffraction and Radiation of E-M Waves, Phys. Rev., August, 1939, p. 308.

1070. Schelkunoff, S. A., General Radiation Formula, Proc. IRE, 27:660, October, 1939.

1071. Schelkunoff, S. A., Theory of Antennas of Arbitrary Size and Shape, Proc. IRE, 29:493, September, 1941.

1072. Schelkunoff, S. A., and C. B. Feldman, Radiation from Antennas, Proc. IRE, 30:511, November, 1942.

1073. Schelkunoff, S. A., Mathematical Theory of Linear Arrays, Bell System Tech. J., 22:80, January, 1943.

1074. Schelkunoff, S. A., Antenna Theory and Experiment, J. Applied Phys., 16:54, January, 1944.

1075. Smith, P. D. P., The Conical Dipole of Wide Angle, J. Applied Phys., 19:11, January, 1948.

1076. Southworth, G. C., Certain Factors Affecting the Gain of Directive Antennas, Proc. IRE, 18:1502, September, 1930.

1077. Sommerfeld, A., and F. Renner, Radiation Energy and Earth Absorption for Dipole Antennae, Wireless Engr., 19:351, 409, 457, August-October, 1942.

1078. Starnecki, B., and E. Fitch, Mutual Impedance of Two Center-driven Parallel Aerials, Wireless Engr., 25:385, December, 1948.

1079. Stratton, J. A., and L. J. Chu, Diffraction Theory of E-M Waves, Physic. Rev., July, 1939, p. 99.

1080. Tai, C. T., Coupled Antennas, Proc. IRE, 36:487, April, 1948.

1081. Thomson, W. T., Development of the General Antenna Array Equation, J. Applied Phys., 15:420, May, 1944.

1082. Walmsley, T., Impedance Characteristics of Short-wave Dipoles, Phil. Mag., June, 1938, p. 981.

1083. Wells, E. M., Radiation Resistance of Horizontal and Vertical Aerials Carrying a Progressive Wave, Marconi Review, No. 83, October-December, 1946.

1084. Wells, N., Aerial Characteristics, J. IEE, 89 III:76, June, 1942.

1085. Zinke, C., Fundamental Consideration of the Current and Potential Distribution on Antennas, Wireless Engr., 18:377, September, 1941.

1086. Tables of Sine, Cosine and Exponential Integrals, Vols. I and II, Work Project Administration for the City of New York, Project 765-97-3-10, National Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C.,1940.

1087. Wolff, I., Determination of the Radiating System Which Will Produce a Specified Directional Characteristic, Proc. IRE, 25:630, May, 1937.

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