Special Issue Article
Design of Dipole Antenna Using Mom
|K.Priyadharshini1, Mrs.G.Brenie Sekar2
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In radio and telecommunications a dipole antenna is the simplest and most widely used class of antenna. Dipole antennas are designed using Hallen and Pocklington’s integral equations. Numerical techniques in solving electromagnetic problems are the most common methods which are used, with the budding inventions of high-speed computers and powerful software’s. Among these numerical techniques, Method of Moments (MOM) which is a powerful numerical technique to solve integral equations and this technique will be applied on Hallen and Pocklington’s integral equations (HE and PE) for a transmitting antenna which is energized by delta-function generator (DFG) in order to find current distribution along the antenna.