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By James T. Aberle, Robert Loepsinger-Romak, Constantine A. Balanis

So much antenna engineers are inclined to think that antennas are one know-how that's roughly impervious to the speedily advancing semiconductor undefined. even if, as confirmed during this lecture, there's a option to comprise energetic elements into an antenna and rework it right into a new form of radiating constitution which may benefit from the most recent advances in analog circuit layout. The process for making this modification is to use non-Foster circuit parts within the matching community of the antenna. by means of doing so, we're now not limited by way of the legislation of physics that follow to passive antennas. even if, we needs to now layout and build very sensitive energetic circuits. This new antenna expertise is now in its infancy. The contributions of this lecture are (1) to summarize the present state of the art during this topic, and (2) to introduce a few new theoretical and functional instruments for supporting us to proceed the development of this expertise.

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Note that below about 31 MHz, the overall circuit is not unconditionally stable. This situation should ultimately be remedied to avoid spurious radiation from the antenna. CONCLUSIONS In this lecture, we discussed an exciting new area of research in antenna technology, namely, the use of non-Foster circuit elements in the matching network of an electrically small antenna. The contributions of this lecture were to summarize the current state-of-the-art in this subject, and to introduce some new theoretical and practical tools for helping others to continue the advancement of this technology.

To characterize the behavior of the grounded negative impedance, the circuit shown in Fig. 27 is used. Fig. 28 illustrates an Agilent ADS schematic for time-domain simulation of the OPA690 GNR test circuit. 5 MHz for the circuit shown in Fig. 27 must be carefully considered. For high frequency, internally compensated op amps such as the OPA690, the gain as a function of frequency can be represented by [12] A(s ) = A 0 ωb , s (38) where A0 represents the DC gain of the op amp and ωb represents the op amp’s 3 dB frequency.

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