Rectangular Thinned Array Design by McFarland Difference Sets

Oliveri, Giacomo and Caramanica, Federico and Rocca, Paolo and Massa, Andrea (2011) Rectangular Thinned Array Design by McFarland Difference Sets. UNSPECIFIED.

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    The problem of reducing the number of elements of large arrays is of great importance in satellite, remote sensing, radar and biomedical imaging applications in which the cost, weight, power consumption, mutual coupling effects, HW and SW complexity have to be as low as possible. Thinned arrays, however, are known to exhibit high peak sidelobe levels (PSL) if not suitably designed [1]. As a consequence, design techniques able to control and reduce the PSL of non‐regular arrays have been subject of research since their introduction [1]‐[5].

    Item Type: Departmental Technical Report
    Department or Research center: Information Engineering and Computer Science
    Subjects: T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering > TK7885 Computer Engineering
    Q Science > QC Physics (General) > QC661 Electromagnetic Theory
    Q Science > QC Physics (General) > QC760 Electromagnetism
    Report Number: DISI-11-175
    Repository staff approval on: 08 Jul 2011

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