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Variation in the bandwidths of pattern-quality parameters and maximum embedded impedance among the solutions to shaped-beam synthesis problems for collinear dipole arrays
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2003)
[Abstract] We investigated variation in the bandwidths of ripple, sidelobe level, -3 dB beamwidth, and maximum element embedded (active) impedance (|Z/sup e/|/sub max/) among multiple collinear dipole arrays radiating a ...
On the feasibility of time-modulated arrays for digital linear modulations: a theoretical analysis
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2014)
[Abstract] Wireless communications are widely based on linear digital modulation methods, which introduce the digital baseband information in the amplitude and/or in the phase of a carrier sinusoid. Time-modulated arrays, ...
New Toroidal Beam Antennas for WLAN Communications
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2007-02)
[Abstract] The design of a number of new antennas that radiate linearly polarized toroidal beams is described. The developed procedures are based on the use of a method of moments commercial software tool. Several numerical ...
Optimizing uniformly excited linear arrays through time modulation
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2004-12)
[Abstract] The letter shows that, by the proper use of time modulation in equispaced linear arrays with uniform excitation distribution, it is possible to maintain the sidelobe zone of the radiated power below a certain - ...