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Derived Form of directivity

plural: directivities
the property of a microphone or antenna of being more sensitive in one direction than in another
Type ofradial asymmetry,

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  1. of directivity and from there you can calculate the directivity of the half wave dipole. So
  2. for an antenna the directivity and the directivity essentially tells you how much capability
  3. what we define as the directivity of the antenna so now we have the directivity as denoted by D that is equal to the U maximum
  4. antennas those antennas have a directivity which is very high they have directivity typically
  5. They're very accustomed to directivity in class, we're going to do this,we're going to do that
  6. was the constant directivity design
  7. smaller wave lengths larger frequency band the gain is higher. The directivity is higher.
  8. So the gain is 2. That is, it has some directivity. That is not too bad. I can put a directional
  9. a dipole of finite size we also saw general characteristics of antennas like directivity,
  10. width of this antenna, what will be the directivity of this antenna, what will be effective aperture
  11. I can use approximate relation to find out directivity or we can go to the definition
  12. we will get directivity for this antenna D that is equal to 4 divided by equal to
  13. As we know the value of this integral over is 1.218 so this directivity is equal to
  14. 4 upon the integral over which is 2 and integral over is 1.218 so the directivity
  15. of the half wave dipole is about 1.64, as we mentioned earlier the directivity is given
  16. in terms of dB's so we can take 10 log of this quantity so it will give you the directivity
  17. So the half wavelength dipole has a directivity of 2.15 dB that means in the direction perpendicular
  18. be 2.15 dB higher compared to a isotropic antenna. Once you know the directivity we
  19. So now we know the directivity we can get the effective aperture so if the antenna was