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Search on siteUse tags cloud or enter into field a search phrase and choose section of search. 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 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 Path: Home / Publications / Archives 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 Path: Home / Publications / Archives ... 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 ...
Modified: 10/03/2010
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