Synthesis of large low-redundancy linear arrays
PublisherIEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC
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Aperture synthesis interferometric radiometers can overcome mass, weight and mechanical scan limitations of present-day radiometers. A full antenna array is “thinned” by eliminating selected antennas, while keeping all possible antenna separations. This brief describes a new technique for the direct synthesis of low-redundancy large arrays, consisting in growing small arrays by inserting a seed repeatedly. This technique has achieved the largest thinned arrays with the least redundancy reported in the literature.
CitationCamps Carmona, A.J; Cardama Aznar, A; Infantes, D. Synthesis of large low-redundancy linear arrays. IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, 2001, vol. 49, núm.12, pàg. 1881-1883
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