Spiral Antenna Catalog
Spiral antennas are frequency-independent antennas. These antennas are
used in wireless communications and applications that requires larger
bandwidth of operation.
Compares the results published in  for an Archimedean spiral antenna with those obtained using the toolbox model of the spiral antenna. The two-arm Archimedean spiral antenna( r = R ϕ ) can be regarded as a dipole, the arms of which have been wrapped into the shape of an Archimedean spiral. This idea came from Edwin Turner around 1954.
Create and analyze a resonant coupling type wireless power transfer (WPT) system with an emphasis on concepts such as resonant mode, coupling effect, and magnetic field pattern. The analysis is based on a two-element system of spiral resonators.
The spiral antenna is an inherently broadband, and bidirectional radiator. This example will analyze the behavior of an equiangular spiral antenna backed by a reflector . The spiral and the reflector are Perfect Electric Conductors (PEC).
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