

ElectroDynamic Systems Software Scientific^{TM} Antenna Systems Research^{TM} Radiolocation Systems Research^{TM} 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. Use of the charge method for calculating parameters of a flat phased antenna array of printed radiators.
The method of researching the electrodynamic characteristics of the PAA radiating curtain described in this work applies to antennas with rectangular printed radiators and also other radiators that can be presented as an array of rectangular items. However, the charge method is applied to researching a printed vibrator radiator (fig.1) being part of an antenna array in this particular example...
Modified: 08/18/2010
Tags: charge , method , mathematical , modeling , printed , radiators Path: Home / Publications / Articles The mathematical model of longitudinal printed radiators phased antenna array is developed based on integral equations method of electrodynamics. Numerical results and measurements of broadband microstrip radiators of the phased antenna arrays characteristics are presented. The obtained results can be used at designing the flat phased antenna arrays containing longitudinal printed radiators.
Antennas
Modified: 03/27/2008
Tags: modeling , microstrip , antenna array , broadband , oscillator Path: Home / Publications / Archives Asymptotic solution for the diffraction problem on a periodic array of microstrip radiators located above the surface of an infinite generalized cylinder, the curvature radius of which satisfies the condition of slow change along the guide, is considered. By using the matrix reflectivity coefficients, the problem is solved assuming the multilayer isotropic dielectric coating is present. For partial excitation the electric Green tensor function of Maxwell equations is written in closed form, which...
Modified: 11/24/2007
Tags: modeling , antenna array , microstrip , radiator impedance , surface , cylinder Path: Home / Publications / Archives Results of numeric modeling of impedance and polarizational characteristics of singlechannel printedcircuit radiator having circular polarization in the base of the antenna array are presented. Possibilities for optimizing the characteristics in the frequency band and ...
Modified: 11/20/2007
Tags: antenna array , modeling , impedance , polarization Path: Home / Publications / Archives A numerical algorithm for solving the problem of diffraction of electromagnetic waves on a multilayer dielectric lossy sphere when amplitudephase distribution of the exciting field is arbitrary is developed. The algorithm is based on representing the field on the source surface as an aggregate of the electrical and magnetic dipoles and reducting the vector problem to two scalar ones for the case of a point source. The results of calculating the directional diagrams and amplifying ratio are compared...
Modified: 01/20/2006
Tags: modeling , spherical , lens , antenna , dipole Path: Home / Publications / Archives The problem of flat wave diffraction on a multilayer meander polarizer is solved in a strict electrodynamic setting; to approximate the required electrical current a full orthogonal system of basis functions has been proposed; for the one and fourlayer polarizer cases the algorithm and program approbation has been executed.
When considering the problem of transformation of electromagnetic field of the linear polarization within the field of elliptic polarization, and vice versa, the multilayer...
Modified: 10/29/2003
Tags: modeling , polarizer , meander line Path: Home / Publications / Articles 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 



