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Antenna Array


Antenna array

Complex directional antenna consists of separate near-omnidirectional antennas (radiating elements) positioned in the space and driven by high-frequency …

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“GuidesArray Coaxial”

With this program you can execute mathematical modelling by the phased periodic plane antennas array from coaxial wave guides in sector of angles and a band …

 



GuidesArray Coaxial is supposed for purposes of modeling of phased antenna arrays created using coaxial waveguides. Such antenna arrays can be used as power transmit \ receive antenna systems in various areas of radio-engineering.


With this program you can execute mathematical modelling by the phased periodic plane antennas array from coaxial wave guides in sector of angles and a band of frequencies.
The offered mathematical model is founded on an electrodynamic solution of a boundary task in a unit mesh of infinite structure.


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“Research of impedance properties of receiving array of rectangular waveguides”

In the article [1] two requirements for radiant strips (RS) of a wideband wide-angle antenna array (AA) are formulated: they must have small …

 



Presents frequency dependencies of surface impedance near an array of rectangular waveguides when incident to flat electromagnetic wave, computed on a PC are shown. When placing radiant strips over an optimized waveguide array, contact ratio in frequency up to 2 and more …


In the article [1] two requirements for radiant strips (RS) of a wideband wide-angle antenna array (AA) are formulated: they must have small electric sizes and be located in a plane, wave impedance Z of which satisfies the condition , where W=120π — wave impedance of the free space, in the entire working area.
 



In section of “Publications-Archive” the “Using the alternative representations of a Green's function in the constraint equations for an array of waveguide radiators located on the facet of an infinite wedge” archival article is published. Author: E. M. Privalov.


In the article the Green's function for an infinite wedge has been examined in order to use it to solve the practical technical problems of antenna arrays.

 
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