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By R. W. P. King

During this booklet, first released in 1968, King and his co-authors increase a conception of the behaviour of arrays of rod-shaped antennas equivalent to are used to accomplish directive transmission and reception of radio waves to be used in communique among issues on this planet, among the earth and an area car, or in radio astronomy. They use quantitative research of arrays of functional kinds and wide variety of lengths over a large frequency band, which makes attainable the layout of latest arrays with wanted features. After the introductory bankruptcy reviewing the principles and conventions antenna idea, each one next bankruptcy takes into consideration the authors personal specific theories on remoted antennas, two-coupled antennas, N-element round array, N-element curtain array of exact parts, to arrays containing components of other lengths and eventually to planar and third-dimensional arrays. the ultimate bankruptcy is worried with difficulties of dimension and the correlation of idea with test.

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Prescribed field pattern in //-plane. 9] 39 RADIATION-PATTERN SYNTHESIS is limited to the range —n^u^n. This means that for certain values of the inter-element spacing n, the range — n ^ u ^ n does not correspond to the visable range of the angle O. For example, with bjX = 1, the pattern may only be synthesized for the range |O| ^ cos" 1 \ — 60°. 104) j < |u| n. 106) cos nw du = n= 1,2,3,.... 107) The realizable radiation pattern for the three-element array is compared to the prescribed pattern in Fig.

56b) ^TJ have been tabulated with z = h and 0. 56a, b), Rx = J{z-z')2 + a2, R2 = J{z + z')2 + a2. With the tabulated integrals X o l ^{sin poh[Ca(h, h)-cos 2TT sin 2 -cos — cos poh[Sa(h,h,h)-cosp h) — coQhSo{h,0)]}. 57) In particular, when fioh = rc/2, 2. X Z t See, for example, [1] p. 7] IMPEDANCE OF ANTENNA 25 The functions Ca(h9 h), Ca(h, 0), Sa(K h) and Sa(K 0) may be expressed in terms of the generalized sine and cosine integral functions. When the radius a of the antenna is small (a -* 0), Zo = -^[Cin 2n +jSi2n] = 73-1 +/42-5 ohms.

38) jC where C = ~F0 2n 71 \p~JPoRo —,/J0/n 2 I . 38) is the array factor /4(0, <1>). 38) which correspond to different driving conditions and spacings. 40) Since the electric field of an isolated antenna that is not too long (j60/? < n) always has a rotationally symmetrical single maximum in the equatorial plane, 0 = rc/2, the two-element array with equal driving-point currents will have principal maxima in this plane in the directions at right angles or broadside to the array. For this reason it is called a broadside array.

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