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Articles on the topic and scientific software for the mathematical modeling of complex antennas and electrodynamic systems.

Antenna array

Complex directional antenna consists of separate near-omnidirectional antennas (radiating elements) positioned in the space and driven by high-frequency …

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 “GuidesArray Coaxial”With this program you can execute mathematical modelling by the phased periodic plane antennas array from coaxial wave guides in sector of angles and a band …

## Program #3

GuidesArray Coaxial is supposed for purposes of modeling of phased antenna arrays created using coaxial waveguides. Such antenna arrays can be used as power transmit \ receive antenna systems in various areas of radio-engineering.

With this program you can execute mathematical modelling by the phased periodic plane antennas array from coaxial wave guides in sector of angles and a band of frequencies.
The offered mathematical model is founded on an electrodynamic solution of a boundary task in a unit mesh of infinite structure.

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 “Charge method in mathematical modeling of printed radiators”The method of researching the electrodynamic characteristics of the PAA radiating curtain described in this work applies to antennas with rectangular printed radiators and …

## Article #17

Use of the charge method for calculating parameters of a flat phased antenna array of printed radiators.

Рассматриваемый в настоящей работе метод исследования электродинамических характеристик излучающего полотна ФАР применим к антеннам с печатными излучателями прямоугольной формы, а также для других излучателей, которые можно представить в виде набора элементов прямоугольной формы. Однако, в качестве конкретного примера метод заряда применен к исследованию печатного вибраторного излучателя в составе антенной решетки.

## News #123

In section of “Publications-Dissertations” the “Metal-dielectric structures in antenna arrays, radio-absorbing coatings and near-omnidirectional radiators” dissertation is published. Author: I. V. Sutyagin.

The aim of the dissertation is to develop electrodynamic-level mathematical models describing printed-circuit radiators of an irregular shape within an antenna array that make it possible to analyze the radiation pattern characteristics of separate printed-circuit radiators located on finite screens of an irregular shape and mathematical models for analyzing the characteristics of ultrawideband ribbon antenna arrays with wide-angle scanning.