

Antenna array Complex directional antenna consists of separate nearomnidirectional antennas (radiating elements) positioned in the space and driven by highfrequency … (from 'Glossary' of our web–site) 
Search in GoogleEnter into field a search phrase and choose place of search. Results of search will open in the new window.
Search on siteUse tags cloud or enter into field a search phrase and choose section of search. ... several octaves and the operating azimuth comparable to a hemisphere. Antenna arrays based on such known principles as waveguide, vibrator, microstrip and so on do not meet the specified requirements and cannot meet them in principle.
The heuristic analysis of the problem shows that it can be solved on the following premises:
—
The array is based on a periodic structure with its inputs interacting before radiation goes to a free space.
—
The field pattern in the crosssection of the structure ...
Modified: 10/15/2010
Tags: analysis , possibilities , ultrabroadband , wideangle , antenna arrays , beam formers Path: Home / Publications / Archives Arrays of waveguide radiators are the subject here. The spectral domain method is used extensively. Small finile arrays are solved via equations over the modes and elements. This work is one of the first using multimode spectral analysis.
The aim of the book is to create a mathematical tool for analyzing and calculating a wide range of PAAs and also studying their electrodynamic characteristics. The book will not only help to understand the peculiarities of PAA operation, but ...
Modified: 10/02/2010
Tags: theory , analysis , phased , array , antennas Path: Home / Publications / Books Approach for the analysis and Q–factor estimates of patch antennas with artificial dielectrics substrates for decimeter and larger wavelengths have been considered. Parameters range not leading to significant normal dispersion have been estimated and treated. Also ...
Modified: 03/30/2008
Tags: antenna , analysis , dispersion Path: Home / Publications / Archives ... conjugation symbol
(6)
,
— differential phase shift lengthwise
OX
and
OY
.
f
1
and
f
2
functions represent subarray multiplier and possess only the finite data modulo for realizable gain–phase distribution.
On the basis of expression analysis (5) it’s possible to develop the follows relation approach of AA and BF for wideband bypassing increase, concerned with radiators interaction (in case then subarrays workspaces are in etch angle sector):
— in etch angle sector
and given ...
Modified: 03/25/2008
Tags: analysis , transmitting , receiving , broadband , antenna array , AA Path: Home / Publications / Articles The infinite array of stepped planeparallel waveguides with dielectric inserts and projected dielectric elements, excited by TEMwaves is analyzed in this article using the integral equation for electric field (polarization current) in the projected element and field linking method in the horn; the differential equation is solved using the Galerkin method using vector waves of the corresponding resonator as basis and weight functions; numerical results characterizing the suggested algorithm and...
Modified: 12/30/2005
Tags: integral equation , polarization , current , analysis , waveguide , antenna array , dielectric Path: Home / Publications / Archives The article expresses the conditions that must be met when measuring the radiolocating crosssection of a target in terms of amplitude and incident field phase variation. A number of minimal distance criteria are examined. The analysis of minimal distance for the cases when the antenna has a uniformly lighted square aperture is given, and the relation that binds the minimal distance to the sensitivity of measurements. The measurements of the reflection properties of small targets ...
Modified: 12/17/2005
Tags: measuring , minimal , distance , analysis , reflection Path: Home / Publications / Archives Sorted by relevance / Sort by date 
Latest Publications GuidesArray Circular 0.1.4 GuidesArray Circular™ allows to execute electrodynamic modeling of twodimensional phased antenna arrays for circular waveguides, using the method of moments. Latest News 



