Directive array patterns

Directive array patterns

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The aim of this chapter is to summarise those aspects of antenna array theory that are relevant to the design of DF systems. The reader is assumed to be familiar with the more basic standard properties of directive arrays. In the orthodox DF instrument, some or all of the antenna elements are connected together to form an array, the radiation pattern of which possesses desirable directional properties; in general terms, directivity is clearly an essential property of an array to be used for directional measurements.

Inspec keywords: antenna arrays; antenna theory; antenna radiation patterns; directive antennas

Other keywords: directional measurements; antenna array theory; directive array pattern; radiation pattern; DF system

Subjects: Antenna arrays

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