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Quantity 1: Antenna basics and Mathematical innovations opens with a dialogue of the basics and mathematical ideas for any type of paintings with antennas, together with easy ideas, theorems, and formulation, and strategies. DLC: Antennas (Electronics)

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The maximum available receiving power of a system’s receiver occurs when the system is directed toward a metal plate, which is typically done during a calibration process. If the transmission loss Lt is considered to be the difference between the transmitted and the received power when the corresponding antennae are directed onto a metal plate placed at a stand-off distance, R, as illustrated in Fig. 15, then it is found that the maximum available transmitting power Pt,max can be estimated from the maximum available receiving power as Pt;max ¼ Pr;max þ Lt ðP1dB þ Lt Þ ðdBÞ ð3:37Þ It should be noted that the above analysis is valid only if the maximum receiving power is less than the saturating power of the receiver.

52) as " Rmax ¼ Pt rGt Gr Lk2 #1=4 ð4pÞ3 Pr;min " ¼e ÀaRmax Pt rGt Gr L0 k2 #1=4 ð4pÞ3 Pr;min ð2:53Þ 1=4 which is proportional to Pt . 53) represents a transcendental equation, which could be solved using a numerical method such as the Newton-Raphson method. We can now see that, in order to double the maximum range, the transmit power needs to be increased by 16 times, which is very substantial and may not be achievable at RF frequencies for high-power and long-range applications using certain device technologies, particularly in the millimeter-wave regime.

1c. As can be inferred from Fig. 1, the total bandwidth B is NΔf, where N is the number of the frequency steps. PRI is the pulse repetition interval of the synthesizer of the transmitter, defined as the time required for transmitting each constituent signal of a single frequency, which is an important parameter needed to be considered in SFCW radar sensors. 2 Principle of Stepped-Frequency Radar Sensors 41 In operation, a SFCW radar sensor illuminates each individual target with all signals across the entire operating frequency range; hence the speed of the transmitter’s synthesizer in transmitting the entire spectrum needs to be sufficiently fast and the synthesizer’s settling time needs to be as short as possible.

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