In 2013, Marcin Morys put together an excellent study in channel measurement and modeling of coronating antennas in high-voltage environments. In general, there was (and still is) a lack of understanding of high-voltage effects on antennas by a profession that wishes to proliferate “smart grid” sensors on power lines and high-voltage equipment. Morys’ comprehensive study in theory and practical measurement was the most complete treatment of the otherwise neglected field of antennas at high voltage. In particular, the effects of corona and both the noise processes and radiation alteration caused by these high-voltage plasmas proved to be one of the most original contributions of not only Morys’ work, but the lab in general. Download the following set of notes on the subject of plasma antennas.