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Title: Radiation distortions in fast frequency-scanned antenna arrays
Authors: Patel, M
Arora, R
Keywords: occurs
frequency-scanned arrays
main beam amplitude
rise in sidelobe level
angular shift
widening of the main beam
Issue Date: 1976
Citation: Antennas and Propagation, IEEE Transactions on, 24(4), 537 - 539
Abstract: The pattern deterioration that occurs at high scanning speeds in frequency-scanned arrays is studied. Four major effects are observed; these are 1) fall in main beam amplitude, 2) rise in sidelobe level, 3) angular shift in the location of the main beam, and 4) widening of the main beam. A theoretical limit on scanning rates is established beyond which pattern distortion becomes excessive. The results are illustrated by a numerical example.
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/1548
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