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  • Telecommunication systems simulation using the Advanced Design System 2003A Software of Agilent.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Applied Sciences, Department of Electronic Engineering
    Authors: Spinou, Ioanna
    Thesis advisor: Vardiampasis, Ioannis
    Publication Date: 15-04-2008
    In this thesis, telecommunication applications are introduced, using Agilent’s Advanced Design System 2003A. The most important fields of electronics are mentioned, not only in what has to do with telecommunications but ...
  • Simulation of scattering and propagation of electromagnetic waves, in materials of random characteristics and discrete surface.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Applied Sciences, Department of Electronic Engineering
    Authors: Tiakas, Dimitrios
    Thesis advisor: Vardiampasis, Ioannis
    Publication Date: 29-02-2008
    In this thesis a Monte Carlo simulation is applied in the analysis of a scattering point problem. Also, the characteristics of scattering (scattering correlation for bubbles and application of Lorentz-Lorentz law and ...
  • Simulation of electromagnetic waves' scattering problems in uneven surfaces with random characteristics.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Applied Sciences, Department of Electronic Engineering
    Authors: Lekkas, Athanasios
    Thesis advisor: Vardiampasis, Ioannis
    Publication Date: 29-02-2008
    Electromagnetic wave technology is used in data transmission (telecommunication), measurements (radar) kai energy transfer (wave radiation). Scattering is every piece or separating surface that is inserted in the electromagnetic ...
  • Electronic warfare systems.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Applied Sciences, Department of Electronic Engineering
    Authors: Pappas, Vassileios
    Thesis advisor: Vardiampasis, Ioannis
    Publication Date: 05-02-2016
    The purpose of this thesis was a study of electronic warfare systems, which separates in the electronic support measures, the electronic counter
  • Design and construction of logarithm-periodal antennas at frequencies 880-960 MHz, 1.710-1.880 MHz, 1.920-2.170 MHz, 500-2.500 MHz and 1.500-3.000 MHz.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Engineering (STEF), Telecommunications and Systems Networks EUP
    Authors: Nikolarakis, Georgios; Stratigis, Charis
    Thesis advisor: Vardiampasis, Ioannis
    Publication Date: 29-02-2008
    In this thesis we will design and construct spread spectrum logarithmic antennas. Starting with an overview of the logarithmic-periodical antennas, we continue with a study of the dipole log-periodic antennas, and finally ...
  • Techniques of measuring electromagnetic fields and microwave networks.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Applied Sciences, Department of Electronic Engineering
    Authors: Tryfonopoulos, Nikolaos
    Thesis advisor: Vardiampasis, Ioannis
    Publication Date: 22-08-2008
    In this thesis, are described the way a spectrum analyzer works and its basic functions. The most useful menus are being analyzed meticulously and is explained how to connect such devices, using a specific protocol, with ...
  • Technology and applications of satellite navigation and positioning systems.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Engineering (STEF), Telecommunications and Systems Networks EUP
    Authors: Kalligiannakis, Konstantinos; Nikolaidis, Erasmos-Prodromos
    Thesis advisor: Vardiampasis, Ioannis
    Publication Date: 16-04-2008
    This is a study about the technology and applications of satellite navigation and positioning systems.
  • Technology and applications of smart cards.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Engineering (STEF), Telecommunications and Systems Networks EUP
    Authors: Kapetanakis, Antonios
    Thesis advisor: Vardiampasis, Ioannis
    Publication Date: 29-02-2008
  • Technology and applications of smart antennas.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Engineering (STEF), Telecommunications and Systems Networks EUP
    Authors: Katsoulaki, Afroditi; Kyrkou, Elpiniki
    Thesis advisor: Vardiampasis, Ioannis
    Publication Date: 29-02-2008
  • Photonic bandgap materials. Characteristics and applications.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Applied Sciences, Department of Electronic Engineering
    Authors: Makri, Dafni
    Thesis advisor: Vardiampasis, Ioannis
    Publication Date: 14-04-2008
    In this thesis an extended research takes place concerning the photonic gaps of materials’ photonic crystals which when combined with optical fibres can determine either the direction or the propagation of light.