Transient responses of coupled linear dipole antennas are measured for a basic understanding of coupling in the time domain. A very short pulse for excitation is used and it is shown that the measured data represent the quasi-impulse responses. For further investigation and comparison with the measured data, a simple formula of the impulse response of this configuration is derived by using the transmission line approximation. They suggest that the tips and feed points of each antenna have a significant role in the electromagnetic coupling.
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- Electrical and Electronic Engineering