EDN | Make sense of antenna design and matching networks


When it comes to actual antennas in the real world, much of our knowledge is empirical. We know very broadly theories that explain how a point charge radiates (Maxwell’s equations), the need for matching (microwave theory), and how dipole antennas drawn on paper radiate the way they do, but these laws are nearly useless in solving the real-world problem of antenna design.

By sharing my intuition on how wireless electronics work on a physical level, I hope to be useful in shaping a broad understanding of antenna design and matching networks and underscore the value of best practices and hard-earned wisdom.

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