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The problem of synthesis of anizotropic impedance plane reflecting a plane uniform wave in a given direction at the desired polarization is solved. The distribution of the impedance is expressed analytically and constitutes a periodic structure. The restrictions on the class of the allowable scattering patterns are formulated for the reactive values of impedance. The reflection coefficients of the nonuniform anisotropic impedance plane are obtained. Numerical results are demonstrated.
Saturday, April 24, 2010 at 07:04PM
The description of wideband radiators on the base of symmetrical slot line is presented. Different types of slot and different variants of excitement unit are considered. Methods of slot antennas analysis are shown. In conclusion antenna arrays on the base of slot radiators are presented.
Wednesday, January 06, 2010 at 12:01AM
There was a study of mathematical modeling of microstrip oscillators with a substrate in the form of plane layered media based on the use of integral and integro–differential equations of the first kind; there was provided substantiation and the basics of building the algorithms of a numerical solution to the equations; examples of the numerical study of the equations for oscillators and layered media with varied topology were given; the case of microstrip oscillators with finite conductivity was studied; the integral equation for the current of the oscillator was derived and examples of its numerical study for oscillators made of high–temperature superconductors were given.
Sunday, May 17, 2009 at 12:05AM
Simple correlations allowing the radiation pattern structure of a spherical antenna array with ring radiators to be analyzed have been obtained with the help of the Poisson summation formula and the stationary phase approximation. Dependencies allowing the distance between radiators to be determined by the necessary radiation pattern type of an antenna array have been obtained.
Saturday, May 16, 2009 at 12:05AM
The input impedance of an electrical vibration generator has been defined as a ratio of the voltage in the gap to the current in the feed point; complex current distributions along the half–wave and full–wave vibration generator for various vibration generator radiuses normalized to the wavelength have been estimated; dependency charts for the real and imaginary components of the input impedance of the electrical vibration generator from the branch length of the vibration generator normalized to the wavelength for various values of the vibration generator radius normalized to the wavelength.
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