An innovative deterministic approach to the optimal power synthesis of mask-constrained shaped beams through the concentric-ring isophoric sparse arrays is presented. The design procedure exploits at best the state-of-the-art techniques, respectively, available in the cases of circular-ring isophoric arrays radiating pencil beams and of linear isophoric arrays generating shaped beams. The technique avoids the exploitation of global-optimization algorithms and allows us to significantly outperform all the (few) available procedures.

Optimal synthesis of shaped beams through concentric ring isophoric sparse arrays

MORABITO, Andrea Francesco
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2017

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An innovative deterministic approach to the optimal power synthesis of mask-constrained shaped beams through the concentric-ring isophoric sparse arrays is presented. The design procedure exploits at best the state-of-the-art techniques, respectively, available in the cases of circular-ring isophoric arrays radiating pencil beams and of linear isophoric arrays generating shaped beams. The technique avoids the exploitation of global-optimization algorithms and allows us to significantly outperform all the (few) available procedures.
Power synthesis, shaped beams, sparse arrays
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