Planar Antenna Arrays Based on Difference Sets
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When building phased antenna arrays, the problem of obtaining a high resolution in two coordinate planes is stated in most cases. Therefore, two-dimensional (mainly planar) antenna systems are widely practised. Since for modem systems a very high resolution is required, phased antenna arrays must be of a very large size, and filling them up with the antenna elements becomes extremely complicated and expensive.
KeywordsAntenna Array Antenna Element Sidelobe Level Phase Antenna Array Power Pattern
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