Investigation of the Field Scattered by Phased Equidistant Arrays Based on Asymptotic Methods of Electrodynamics
Keywords:phased antenna arrays, study of electromagnetic field, asymptotic methods, effective scattering surface
It is suggested that the asymptotic method of saddle point be used for solution of integral electrodynamic equations of the electromagnetic field scattered by phased equidistant antenna arrays. This makes it possible to study the regularities of the re-radiated field in two arbitrary planes.The obtained expressions will contribute to design of new antenna systems, which will reduce electromagnetic field scattering. This will as well improve the electromagnetic compatibility of electronic equipment installed in the same or in adjacent objects equipped with antenna systems.The research results can be used to design algorithms for detection, recognition and identification of radar targets.
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