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Equations for the electromagnetic field of the arrays of waveguide radiator located on an infinite wedge



Published: 10/03/2010
Language: russian
© E. M. Privalov, 1973. All rights reserved.


The electrodynamic problem of the excitation of arrays of waveguide radiators located on the sides of an infinite ideally conductive wedge taking into account the mutual coupling between the array radiators is solved.

Boundary conditions are formulated on the basis of the general electrodynamic model, the problem is defined, and the common integral relations (obtained by N.V. Kovalenko) of the methods of the tensor Green function, TE and TM fields are given. Then these relations are written down for arrays of waveguide radiators located on an infinite wedge. The integral relations for an infinite wedge are used to deduce systems of linear equations where unknowns are the complex amplitudes of waves reflected from the aperture of the radiators. The systems of equations naturally allow for the mutual coupling between radiators and the diffraction effects on the edge of the wedge.


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GuidesArray Rectangular™ allows to execute quick engineering calculations of two-dimensional phased antenna arrays for rectangular waveguides on an electrodynamic level.


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