Skip to content

Phased Array Antenna Handbook

Spend $50 to get a free movie!

ISBN-10: 0890065020

ISBN-13: 9780890065020

Edition: 1993 (Handbook (Instructor's))

Authors: Robert J. Mailloux

List price: $243.00
Blue ribbon 30 day, 100% satisfaction guarantee!
Out of stock
what's this?
Rush Rewards U
Members Receive:
Carrot Coin icon
XP icon
You have reached 400 XP and carrot coins. That is the daily max!

Customers also bought

Book details

List price: $243.00
Copyright year: 1993
Publisher: Artech House
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 534
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.980

Preface to the Second Editionp. xi
Preface to the First Editionp. xiii
Acknowledgmentsp. xv
Phased Arrays in Radar and Communication Systemsp. 1
Introductionp. 1
System Requirements for Radar and Communication Antennasp. 1
Array Characterization for Radar and Communication Systemsp. 12
Fundamental Results from Array Theoryp. 12
Array Size Determinationp. 34
Time-Delay Compensationp. 43
Array Architecture and Control Technologyp. 44
Array Aperturep. 44
Feed Architecturesp. 47
Beamforming Modalities and Relevant Architecturesp. 53
RF Components for Array Controlp. 55
Referencesp. 59
Pattern Characteristics of Linear and Planar Arraysp. 63
Array Analysisp. 63
The Radiation Integralsp. 63
Element Pattern Effects, Mutual Coupling, Gain Computed from Element Patternsp. 68
Characteristics of Linear and Planar Arraysp. 75
Linear Array Characteristicsp. 75
Planar Array Characteristicsp. 84
Scanning to Endfirep. 89
Thinned Arraysp. 92
Average Patterns of Density-Tapered Arraysp. 93
Probabilistic Studies of Thinned Arraysp. 96
Thinned Arrays with Quantized Amplitude Distributionsp. 99
Referencesp. 107
Pattern Synthesis for Linear and Planar Arraysp. 109
Linear Arrays and Planar Arrays with Separable Distributionsp. 109
Fourier Transform Methodp. 109
Schelkunov's (Schelkunoff's) Formp. 111
Woodward Synthesisp. 113
Dolph-Chebyshev Synthesisp. 116
Taylor Line Source Synthesisp. 121
Modified sin [pi]z/[pi]z Patternsp. 128
Bayliss Line Source Difference Patternsp. 130
Synthesis Methods Based on Taylor Patterns: Elliott's Modified Taylor Patterns and the Iterative Method of Elliottp. 133
Discretization of Continuous Aperture Illuminations by Root Matching and Iterationp. 139
Synthesis of Patterns with Complex Roots and Power Pattern Synthesisp. 141
Circular Planar Arraysp. 153
Taylor Circular Array Synthesisp. 153
Bayliss Difference Patterns for Circular Arraysp. 155
Methods of Pattern Optimization/Adaptive Arraysp. 157
Pattern Optimizationp. 157
Adaptive Arraysp. 159
Generalized S/N Optimization for Sidelobe Cancelers, Phased and Multiple-Beam Arraysp. 162
Operation as Sidelobe Cancelerp. 165
Fully Adaptive Phased or Multiple-Beam Arraysp. 168
Wideband Adaptive Controlp. 170
Generalized Patterns Using Covariance Matrix Inversionp. 175
Pattern Synthesis Using Measured Element Patternsp. 176
Referencesp. 180
Patterns of Nonplanar Arraysp. 185
Introductionp. 185
Methods of Analysis for General Conformal Arraysp. 186
Patterns of Circular and Cylindrical Arraysp. 187
Phase Mode Excitation of Circular Arraysp. 190
Patterns and Elevation Scanp. 194
Circular and Cylindrical Arrays of Directional Elementsp. 194
Sector Arrays on Conducting Cylindersp. 197
Spherical and Hemispherical Arraysp. 220
Truncated Conical Arraysp. 221
Referencesp. 221
Elements for Phased Arraysp. 225
Array Elementsp. 225
Polarization Characteristics of Infinitesimal Elements in Free Spacep. 225
Electric Current (Wire) Antenna Elementsp. 227
Effective Radius of Wire Structures with Noncircular Cross Sectionp. 228
The Dipole and the Monopolep. 228
Special Feeds for Dipoles and Monopolesp. 234
Dipoles Fed Off-Centerp. 238
The Sleeve Dipole and Monopolep. 238
The Bowtie and Other Wideband Dipolesp. 241
The Folded Dipolep. 241
Microstrip Dipolesp. 246
Other Wire Antenna Structuresp. 247
Broadband Flared-Notch, Vivaldi, and Cavity-Backed Antennasp. 248
Aperture Antenna Elementsp. 251
Slot Elementsp. 252
Waveguide Radiatorsp. 254
Ridged Waveguide Elementsp. 256
Horn Elementsp. 257
Microstrip Patch Elementsp. 258
Microstrip Patchp. 258
The Balanced Fed Radiator of Collingsp. 268
Elements for Alternative Transmission Linesp. 269
Elements and Row (Column) Arrays for One-Dimensional Scanp. 269
Waveguide Slot Array Line Source Elementsp. 272
Printed Circuit Series-Fed Arraysp. 275
Elements and Polarizers for Polarization Diversityp. 277
Referencesp. 282
Summary of Element Pattern and Mutual Impedance Effectsp. 291
Mutual Impedance Effectsp. 291
Integral Equation Formulation for Radiation and Coupling in Finite and Infinite Arraysp. 293
Formulation and Results for Finite Arraysp. 293
Formulation and Results for Infinite Arraysp. 297
Array Blindness and Surface Wavesp. 306
Impedance and Element Patterns in Well-Behaved Infinite Scanning Arraysp. 319
Semi-Infinite and Finite Arraysp. 327
Impedance Matching for Wide Angle and Wideband Radiationp. 329
Reduced Element Spacingp. 331
Dielectric WAIM Sheetsp. 333
Mutual Coupling Phenomena for Nonplanar Surfacesp. 335
Small Arrays and Waveguide Simulators for the Evaluation of Phased Array Scan Behaviorp. 339
Several Useful Simulatorsp. 344
Referencesp. 346
Array Error Effectsp. 353
Introductionp. 353
Effects of Random Amplitude and Phase Errors in Periodic Arraysp. 353
Average Pattern Characteristicsp. 354
Directivityp. 358
Beam Pointing Errorp. 358
Peak Sidelobesp. 359
Sidelobe Levels Due to Periodic Phase, Amplitude, and Time-Delay Quantizationp. 362
Characteristics of an Array of Uniformly Illuminated Contiguous Subarraysp. 364
Phase Quantization in a Uniformly Illuminated Arrayp. 365
Reduction of Sidelobes Due to Phase Quantizationp. 371
Subarrays with Quantized Amplitude Taperp. 374
Time Delay at the Subarray Portsp. 375
Discrete Phase or Time-Delayed Subarrays with Quantized Subarray Amplitudesp. 375
Referencesp. 377
Special Array Feeds for Limited Field-of-View and Wideband Arraysp. 379
Multiple-Beam Systemsp. 379
Beam Crossover Lossp. 381
Orthogonality Loss and the Stein Limitp. 384
Multiple-Beam Matrices and Optical Beamformersp. 392
Antenna Techniques for Limited Field-of-View Systemsp. 399
Minimum Number of Controlsp. 400
Periodic and Aperiodic Arrays for Limited Field of Viewp. 402
Constrained Network for Completely Overlapped Subarraysp. 421
Reflectors and Lenses with Array Feedsp. 429
Practical Design of a Dual-Transform Systemp. 452
Wideband Scanning Systemsp. 455
Broadband Arrays with Time-Delayed Offset Beamsp. 456
Contiguous Time-Delayed Subarrays for Wideband Systemsp. 456
Overlapped Time-Delayed Subarrays for Wideband Systemsp. 459
Referencesp. 467
List of Symbolsp. 473
About the Authorp. 477
Indexp. 479
Table of Contents provided by Ingram. All Rights Reserved.