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... quantitative analysis of physical processes that occur during the excitation of planar and rectangular waveguides with an infinite flange, with a bending flange and an array of planar and rectangular waveguide radiators on an infinite plane and on an infinite wedge has been carried out. The quantitative analysis of physical processes that occur during the excitation of planar and rectangular waveguides with an infinite flange, with a bending flange and an array of planar and rectangular waveguide radiators ...
Modified: 10/04/2010
Tags: admittances , antenna , array , waveguide , radiators , wedge , results , numerical , experimental , studies
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In section of “Publications-Archive” the “Admittances of antenna array waveguide radiators on a wedge: the results of numerical and experimental studies” archival article is published. Author: E. M. Privalov . In the article the quantitative analysis of physical processes that occur during the excitation of planar and rectangular waveguides ...
Modified: 10/04/2010
Tags: admittances , antenna , array , waveguide , radiators , wedge , results , numerical , experimental , studies
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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. 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. It is shown that the summands of the transfer ...
Modified: 10/04/2010
Tags: admittances , antenna , array , waveguide , radiators , wedge , deducing , relations
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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 ...
Modified: 10/04/2010
Tags: admittances , antenna , array , waveguide , radiators , wedge , deducing , relations
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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. 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 ...
Modified: 10/03/2010
Tags: equations , electromagnetic , field , arrays , waveguide , radiator , located , infinite , wedge
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In section of “Publications-Archive” the “Equations for the electromagnetic field of the arrays of waveguide radiator located on an infinite wedge” archival article is published. Author: E. M. Privalov . In the article 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 ...
Modified: 10/03/2010
Tags: equations , electromagnetic , field , arrays , waveguide , radiator , located , infinite , wedge
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GuidesArray Coaxial 0.1.2

GuidesArray Coaxial™ is used by engineers for projecting and exploring the characteristics of two-dimensional periodic phased antenna arrays for coaxial waveguides.


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