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Antenna Arrays: A Computational Approach by Randy L. Haupt

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CONTENTS

Preface

1.   Antenna Array Basics

1.1.    History of Antenna Arrays

1.2.    Electromagnetics for Array Analysis

1.3.    Solving for Electromagnetic Fields

1.3.1.    The Wave Equation

1.3.2.    Point Sources

1.3.3.    Hertzian Dipole

1.3.4.    Small Loop

1.3.5.    Plane Waves

1.4.    Antenna Models

1.4.1.    An Antenna as a Circuit Element

1.4.2.    An Antenna as a Spatial Filter

1.4.3.    An Antenna as a Frequency Filter

1.4.4.    An Antenna as a Collector

1.4.5.    An Antenna as a Polarization Filter

1.5.    Antenna Array Applications

1.5.1.    Communications System

1.5.2.    Radar System

1.5.3.    Radiometer

1.5.4.    Electromagnetic Heating

1.5.5.    Direction Finding

1.6.    Organization and Overview

References

2.   Array Factor Analysis

2.1.    The Array Factor

2.1.1.    Phase Steering

2.1.2.    End-Fire Array

2.1.3.    Main Beam Steering with Frequency

2.1.4.    Focusing

2.2.    Uniform Arrays

2.2.1.    Uniform Sum Patterns

2.2.2.    Uniform Difference Patterns

2.3.    Fourier Analysis of Linear Arrays

2.4.    Fourier Analysis of Planar Arrays

2.5.    Array Bandwidth

2.6.    Directivity

2.7.    Amplitude Tapers

2.8.    z Transform of the Array Factor

2.9.    Circular Arrays

2.10.   Direction Finding Arrays

2.10.1.   Adcock Array

2.10.2.   Orthogonal Linear Arrays

2.11.   Subarrays

2.12.   Errors

2.12.1.   Random Errors

2.12.2.   Quantization Errors

2.13.   Fractal Arrays

References

3.    Linear and Planar Array Factor Synthesis

3.1.    Synthesis of Amplitude and ...

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