Some characteristics of radiation from linearly phased / sequentially excited periodic, rectangular arrays of dipoles
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CitationULUIŞIK, Ç., TOPUZ, E., SEVGİ, L. (2008). Some characteristics of radiation from linearly phased / sequentially excited periodic, rectangular arrays of dipoles. IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, 56 (6), pp. 1794-1798. http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TAP.2008.923330.
Floquet wave and element-by-element summation representations are implemented to investigate the radiation from a periodic, rectangular array of linearly phased/sequentially pulsed dipoles in the frequency and time-domains. A synthetic aperture type formulation for Floquet wave representation and an asymptotic formulation for the element-by-element summation representation are developed. Numerical results are presented to demonstrate the efficiency of the Floquet wave representation in terms of radiating, non-radiating and diffracted wave constituents and then validated via comparison with direct summation over the contributions of individual dipole radiations.
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