Time - domain investigations of periodic rectangular dipole arrays
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CitationUluışık, Ç, Topuz, E., Sevgi, L. (2007). Time - domain investigations of periodic rectangular dipole arrays. Workshop on Computational Electromagnetics in Time-Domain, 2007 (CEM-TD 2007)(pp. 100-103). Piscataway, NJ: IEEE. http://dx.doi.org./10.1109/CEMTD.2007.4373535.
Radiation from large arrays of finite one- and two-dimensional periodic, linearly phased, electric current dipoles is investigated. The classical element-by-element summation representation is modified to speed up the convergence. A synthetic aperture type approach is applied in the Floquet domain for modeling finite arrays. Numerical results for the radiated field are presented both in frequency and also in time domains.
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