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Antenna Array


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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“GuidesArray Rectangular”

With this program you can execute mathematical modelling by the phased periodic plane antennas array from rectangular wave guides in sector of angles and a band …

 



GuidesArray Rectangular is supposed for purposes of modeling of phased antenna arrays created using rectangular waveguides. Such antenna arrays can be used as transmit \ receive antenna systems for radio- and television-broadcast centers, cellular and paging …


With this program you can execute mathematical modelling by the phased periodic plane antennas array from rectangular wave guides in sector of angles and a band of frequencies.
The offered mathematical model is founded on an electrodynamic solution of a boundary task in a unit mesh of infinite structure.


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“Boundary waves in finite antenna arrays”

One of important problems of the theory of antennas is the research of boundary effects in finite antenna arrays. Two methods are used to determine characteristics of such …

 



Boundary effects in finite antenna arrays as a result of interference of unperturbed array field and boundary wave field, excited at the boundary of the array are researched. The boundary wave equation is derived and the iterative method …


One of important problems of the theory of antennas is the research of boundary effects in finite antenna arrays. Two methods are used to determine characteristics of such arrays. The first one is based on applying direct numerical methods to solve the corresponding boundary value problems of electrodynamics. This method can be applied to arrays containing a small number of elements. The second method is based on using an infinite array as a model of the finite array. This method allows determining the characteristics of radiating elements situated in the central part of the array containing a large number of such elements. Also, combination methods are used that consider the antenna array to be a part of an infinite array where nonexcited radiating elements are loaded with matched load…
 



In section of “Publications-Books” the “The method of singular integral equations and the numerical experiment” book is published. Author: I. K. Lifanov.


In the book was supplied elements of the solution theory for singular integral equations in the class of wholly integrable and non–integrable functions and the elements of the theory of the simple and double layer potential for the Helmholtz equation.