Phased Array Antenna Handbook

ISBN-10: 1580536891
ISBN-13: 9781580536899
Edition: 2nd 2005
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Description: Phased Arrays in Radar and Communication Systems. Pattern characteristics and Synthesis of Linear and Planar Arrays. Patterns of Nonplanar Arrays, Elements, Transmission Lines, and Feed Architectures for Phased Arrays. Summary of Element Pattern and  More...

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Book details

Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Artech House
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 508
Size: 7.25" wide x 10.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.332
Language: English

Phased Arrays in Radar and Communication Systems. Pattern characteristics and Synthesis of Linear and Planar Arrays. Patterns of Nonplanar Arrays, Elements, Transmission Lines, and Feed Architectures for Phased Arrays. Summary of Element Pattern and Mutual Impedance Effects. Array Error Effects. Special Array Feeds for Limited Field of View and Wideband Arrays.

Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Acknowledgments
Phased Arrays in Radar and Communication Systems
Introduction
System Requirements for Radar and Communication Antennas
Array Characterization for Radar and Communication Systems
Fundamental Results from Array Theory
Array Size Determination
Time-Delay Compensation
Array Architecture and Control Technology
Array Aperture
Feed Architectures
Beamforming Modalities and Relevant Architectures
RF Components for Array Control
References
Pattern Characteristics of Linear and Planar Arrays
Array Analysis
The Radiation Integrals
Element Pattern Effects, Mutual Coupling, Gain Computed from Element Patterns
Characteristics of Linear and Planar Arrays
Linear Array Characteristics
Planar Array Characteristics
Scanning to Endfire
Thinned Arrays
Average Patterns of Density-Tapered Arrays
Probabilistic Studies of Thinned Arrays
Thinned Arrays with Quantized Amplitude Distributions
References
Pattern Synthesis for Linear and Planar Arrays
Linear Arrays and Planar Arrays with Separable Distributions
Fourier Transform Method
Schelkunov's (Schelkunoff's) Form
Woodward Synthesis
Dolph-Chebyshev Synthesis
Taylor Line Source Synthesis
Modified sin [pi]z/[pi]z Patterns
Bayliss Line Source Difference Patterns
Synthesis Methods Based on Taylor Patterns: Elliott's Modified Taylor Patterns and the Iterative Method of Elliott
Discretization of Continuous Aperture Illuminations by Root Matching and Iteration
Synthesis of Patterns with Complex Roots and Power Pattern Synthesis
Circular Planar Arrays
Taylor Circular Array Synthesis
Bayliss Difference Patterns for Circular Arrays
Methods of Pattern Optimization/Adaptive Arrays
Pattern Optimization
Adaptive Arrays
Generalized S/N Optimization for Sidelobe Cancelers, Phased and Multiple-Beam Arrays
Operation as Sidelobe Canceler
Fully Adaptive Phased or Multiple-Beam Arrays
Wideband Adaptive Control
Generalized Patterns Using Covariance Matrix Inversion
Pattern Synthesis Using Measured Element Patterns
References
Patterns of Nonplanar Arrays
Introduction
Methods of Analysis for General Conformal Arrays
Patterns of Circular and Cylindrical Arrays
Phase Mode Excitation of Circular Arrays
Patterns and Elevation Scan
Circular and Cylindrical Arrays of Directional Elements
Sector Arrays on Conducting Cylinders
Spherical and Hemispherical Arrays
Truncated Conical Arrays
References
Elements for Phased Arrays
Array Elements
Polarization Characteristics of Infinitesimal Elements in Free Space
Electric Current (Wire) Antenna Elements
Effective Radius of Wire Structures with Noncircular Cross Section
The Dipole and the Monopole
Special Feeds for Dipoles and Monopoles
Dipoles Fed Off-Center
The Sleeve Dipole and Monopole
The Bowtie and Other Wideband Dipoles
The Folded Dipole
Microstrip Dipoles
Other Wire Antenna Structures
Broadband Flared-Notch, Vivaldi, and Cavity-Backed Antennas
Aperture Antenna Elements
Slot Elements
Waveguide Radiators
Ridged Waveguide Elements
Horn Elements
Microstrip Patch Elements
Microstrip Patch
The Balanced Fed Radiator of Collings
Elements for Alternative Transmission Lines
Elements and Row (Column) Arrays for One-Dimensional Scan
Waveguide Slot Array Line Source Elements
Printed Circuit Series-Fed Arrays
Elements and Polarizers for Polarization Diversity
References
Summary of Element Pattern and Mutual Impedance Effects
Mutual Impedance Effects
Integral Equation Formulation for Radiation and Coupling in Finite and Infinite Arrays
Formulation and Results for Finite Arrays
Formulation and Results for Infinite Arrays
Array Blindness and Surface Waves
Impedance and Element Patterns in Well-Behaved Infinite Scanning Arrays
Semi-Infinite and Finite Arrays
Impedance Matching for Wide Angle and Wideband Radiation
Reduced Element Spacing
Dielectric WAIM Sheets
Mutual Coupling Phenomena for Nonplanar Surfaces
Small Arrays and Waveguide Simulators for the Evaluation of Phased Array Scan Behavior
Several Useful Simulators
References
Array Error Effects
Introduction
Effects of Random Amplitude and Phase Errors in Periodic Arrays
Average Pattern Characteristics
Directivity
Beam Pointing Error
Peak Sidelobes
Sidelobe Levels Due to Periodic Phase, Amplitude, and Time-Delay Quantization
Characteristics of an Array of Uniformly Illuminated Contiguous Subarrays
Phase Quantization in a Uniformly Illuminated Array
Reduction of Sidelobes Due to Phase Quantization
Subarrays with Quantized Amplitude Taper
Time Delay at the Subarray Ports
Discrete Phase or Time-Delayed Subarrays with Quantized Subarray Amplitudes
References
Special Array Feeds for Limited Field-of-View and Wideband Arrays
Multiple-Beam Systems
Beam Crossover Loss
Orthogonality Loss and the Stein Limit
Multiple-Beam Matrices and Optical Beamformers
Antenna Techniques for Limited Field-of-View Systems
Minimum Number of Controls
Periodic and Aperiodic Arrays for Limited Field of View
Constrained Network for Completely Overlapped Subarrays
Reflectors and Lenses with Array Feeds
Practical Design of a Dual-Transform System
Wideband Scanning Systems
Broadband Arrays with Time-Delayed Offset Beams
Contiguous Time-Delayed Subarrays for Wideband Systems
Overlapped Time-Delayed Subarrays for Wideband Systems
References
List of Symbols
About the Author
Index

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