Antennas for Small Mobile Terminals

  • 3h 56m
  • Koichi Ito, Kyohei Fujimoto
  • Artech House
  • 2018

With the progress and rapid increase in mobile terminals, the design of antennas for these small systems is becoming more and more important. This forward-looking volume offers professionals current and comprehensive coverage of the design, development, and implementation of small, compact, and lightweight antennas in mobile communication terminals. The book discusses a wide range of communication systems, from Radio-frequency identification (RFID), and near field communications (NFC), to wireless power transmission (WPT) and broadband wireless networks.

Engineers learn how to use small antennas in mobile phones, wearable systems, laptop computers, radio watches, and broadband wireless networks such as WLAN and WiMAX. This definite reference covers the critical applications today’s professionals need to understand, from antennas for IoT and antenna design for 5G mm-wave devices, to body-centric communication systems and antennas for unmanned aerial vehicles.

In this Book

  • Small Antennas for Small Mobile Terminals
  • Small Antenna Techniques
  • Types of Small Antennas and Small Mobile Terminals
  • Antennas for Internet of Things Applications
  • Wireless Power Transfer Systems
  • Antennas for Mobile Phones, Including Smartphones
  • Antennas for Wearable Systems, Including Body-Centric Communication Systems
  • Antennas for Laptop Computers, Including Information Tags
  • Antennas for 5G Millimeter-Wave System Including Some Practical Issues for Mobile Terminals
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
  • Antennas for Wireless Medical Devices
  • Electromagnetic Simulation
  • Evaluation of Small Antenna Performance
  • Evaluation of Small Mobile Terminal Antennas


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