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ANTENNA - electromagnetic wave can transmit by two methods: transmission in wireless devicessuch as parallel orientation, coaxial cable, fiber

optic cable ... when propagation of theelectromagnetic wave system confined space of the device and the electromagnetic wave is called binding. wave radiation to space as waves transmitted in real environments and electromagnetic waves is called freedom, - device used to convert electromagnetic waves into electromagnetic waves boundfreedom and vice versa is antenna. - for electromagnetic wave radiation - electromagnetic wave - antennas come in many forms, shapes of different size characteristics expenditures fordifferent applications. - characteristic radiation or electromagnetic wave of the antenna is expressed throughschema directions. - orientation diagram indicates the relationship between radiated power of the antenna ina direction determined CLASSIFICATION OF ANTENNAS - isotropic antenna - uni-directional antenna ISOTROPIC ANTENNA - electromagnetic energy radiation from all directions with equal capacity - applications: radio, television, mobile communication - disadvantages: the transmit power to use large, easy-wave interference effects fromother systems UNI-DIRECTIONAL ANTENNA - electromagnetic energy radiation in a direction determined - applications: microwave, satellite - advantages: the distance of the system easily, less affected by interference from other systems.