D C Chang, C W Harrison, Jr
1968 unpublished
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more » ... dsmages reaultlng I r o n %he uee of my Lnformallon. apparatus, msihcd. or p r o c e~~l dlacloaed In U s report. Aill used In the above. "person ecllng on beball of the Commlsalon" Includes m y employee or oentr~ctor or the Commlsaion. or employee of such contreetor, u) tbe exlent fhat euoh employee or contractor of tbe Commleslon. or employee 01 eueh coatrac~or prepares. dlsaemlnates. or Provldes aceeae u). any lnlormatlon p y m a p t to hls employmeol or contract wllb the Commeslon, 01 hlB employmeol wlth such concraetor. ABSTRACT The purpose of this paper is t o obtain the admittance of a monopole antenna t o a higher degree of accuracy than has heretofore been reported in the literature. The model selected for analysis consists of a basedriven monopole of a r b i t r a r y dimensions (length and radius) protruding perpendicularly from an infinite ground plane. providing the excitation is a coaxial cable with outer sheath truncated at Grs 2 Extensive numerical results in tabular and graphical form a r e provided in the paper. T M included in the admittance data. modes in the coaxial cable to n = 400 a r e on
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