Randy L. Haupt's Antenna Arrays: A Computational Approach PDF

By Randy L. Haupt

A accomplished educational at the layout and useful purposes of antenna arraysAn antenna array is an meeting of antenna components that maximizes a acquired or transmitted sign in a wanted path. This sensible booklet covers a variety of antenna array issues which are turning into more and more vital in instant purposes, with emphasis on array layout, purposes, and computing device modeling.Each bankruptcy in Antenna Arrays builds upon the former bankruptcy, gradually addressing more challenging fabric. starting with uncomplicated electromagnetics/antennas/antenna platforms details, the e-book then offers with the research and synthesis of arrays of aspect resources and their linked array elements. It offers a sampling of other antenna components that change those aspect resources, then provides point configurations that don't have to lie alongside a line or in a plane.The advanced and difficult-to-predict interactions of components and electromagnetic waves are brought, besides desktop modeling and experiments which are priceless for predicting the functionality of arrays the place mutual coupling is critical. Then, numerous methods to getting indications to and from the array parts to a working laptop or computer the place the sign detection happens are explored, as are the numerical ideas in the back of clever antennas.The ebook emphasizes the computational tools utilized in the layout and research of array antennas. additionally featured are sign processing and numerical modeling algorithms, in addition to photographs of antenna arrays and elements supplied via and executive resources, with motives of the way they operate.Fully course-tested, Antenna Arrays serves as a whole textual content in phased array layout and thought for complicated undergraduate- and graduate-level classes in electronics and communications, in addition to a reference for training engineers and scientists in instant communications, radar, and distant sensing.

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J. L. Spradley, A volumetric electrically scanned two-dimensional microwave antenna array, IRE Int. Convention Record, Vol. 6, Part 1, March 1958, pp. 204-212. S. A. Schelkunoff, A mathematical theory of linear arrays, Bell Syst. Tech. , Vol. 22,1943, pp. 80-107. C. L. Dolph, A current distribution for broadside arrays which optimizes the relationship between bream width and side-lobe level, Proc. IRE, Vol. 34, June 1946, pp. 335-348. S. P. Applebaum, Adaptive arrays, Syracuse University Research Corporation Report SPLTR 66-1, August 1966.

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