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rectspirallength2turns

Calculate number of turns for specified arm length in rectangular spiral antenna

Description

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Nturns = rectspirallength2turns(ant,reqtotalarmlength) calculates the equivalent number of turns for a specified total arm length in a rectangular spiral antenna.

Examples

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Create a single arm rectangular spiral antenna with a total arm length of 291 mm.

ant = spiralRectangular('NumArms',1,'NumTurns',3,'InitialLength',4.5e-3,...
              'InitialWidth',4.5e-3,'Spacing',3.3e-3,'StripWidth',1.2e-3);
nT = rectspirallength2turns(ant,291e-3);
ant.NumTurns = nT;
figure;
show(ant); 

Input Arguments

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Rectangular spiral antenna, specified as a spiralRectangular object.

Total length of the rectangular spiral antenna arm, specified as a scalar in meters. In case of dual arm, the input takes the length of any one of the arms.

Example: 33e-3

Output Arguments

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Equivalent number of turns for a specified total arm length, returned as a scalar.

Introduced in R2020a