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Antenna array

Complex directional antenna consists of separate near-omnidirectional antennas (radiating elements) positioned in the space and driven by high-frequency …

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“About GuidesArray Rectangular™”

It is known that thanks to the high transmission capacity and low–loss waveguide transmission line, phased array antennas provide excellent characteristics for …

 



Powerful program, GuidesArray Rectangular™ is created to facilitate managing directional diagram, increasing output, enhancing interference protection, and maximizing information extraction.


It is known that thanks to the high transmission capacity and low–loss waveguide transmission line, phased array antennas provide excellent characteristics for centimeter wave band. To achieve maximum efficiency while using phased array antennas, a reliable computer–aided engineering system is required.
 



In section of “Publications-Archive” the “Admittances of antenna array waveguide radiators on a wedge: deducing the main relations” archival article is published. Author: E. M. Privalov.


In the article equations for the “irregular” and “regular” transfer admittance of the waveguide radiators of an antenna array located on a side of an infinite ideally conductive wedge is deduced.